Monthly links from the blogosphere: October
With Halloween upon us in October, Gregory reviews what is considered one of the best early horror films The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari  , and also Dawn of the Dead . Two films I love.
Eric shares mini-reviews of The Descent (2005) and Children of The Corn (1984), a couple of horror films I also watched this month.
SJ Honeywell and Pete Turner both reviewed 28 Days Later. Pete also reviewed Paranormal Activity 4
Sati announces her upcoming 7 Days of Halloween
David at Taste of Cinema lists 20 Classic Horror Movies in Criterion Collection
Bonjour Tristesse has been covering the 2012 Vancouver International Film Festival, read his round-up
Alex at Boycotting Trends was at London Film Festival, and reviewed among others Holy Motors (2012) and Sister (2012)
Andina shares Memorable Movie Moments in the rain
Chip Lary celebrated his 500th post, and recommends ten favorite movies from among the hundreds he has reviewed.
Josh at The Cinematic Spectacle lists Best Cinematography: 2000s, and his Top 10 Favorite Directors of All-Time
Alex Withrow records an audio commentary for his short film EARRINGS (2012)
Nostra watched Sound of My Voice, a 2012 release that I enjoyed.
Mette at Lime Reviews was in London and loved Perks of Being a Wallflower and Liberal Arts
Stephanie reviewed controversial American Psycho
The Droid You're looking For lists Twenty Signs That You’re a Movie Geek
Dan Heaton writes about Top 5 Box-Office Disappointments That I Love
Robert explores Obsessive Cinematic Disorder: Bruce Willis Likes to Time Travel
Michael reviewed Ang Lee's Life of Pi (2012)
Julian at Movies and Other Things discusses the best song for the 2013 Oscars
EMSLF shares clips and writes about why she loves the TV-show The Big Bang Theory
This year, worldsbestfilms compiled Top Ranked Black and White Films
Too Fond of Books asks What is Your Favorite Book?