Monthly links from the blogosphere: February
Josh lists 10 Things to Know Before the Oscar Ceremony
The Film Pasture Podcast ask, Do the Oscars Still Matter?
Alex Withrow briefly reviews every best picture winner
Nostra got to interview Paul Verhoeven
Shala at Life Between Films calls for film recommendations in her London In Genres blog-a-thon. The deadline for entries is March 3rd.
Mette's Snubathon blog-a-thon runs until Feb 23rd. If you want to join, hurry on over.
Sati (as usual) noticed details in The Master that I completely missed.
Dan Heaton asks, Can Star Wars Still Be Original?
David questions Should John Williams Return For Star Wars VII?
Jessica explores Motifs in Cinema 2012: Aging
Bonjour Tristesse has been covering the 2013 Berlin film Festival
Andina picks her favorites from Django Unchained soundtrack
Pete reviews the new British comedy I Give It a Year (2013). The trailer looks pretty funny.
Ben Stiller's Die Hard 12 Sketch
Erin at Riffs And Reviews asks, Is It A Classic Because It’s Actually GOOD?
Steph reviews Pan's Labyrinth
Dusty gets ponderous: Why I Still Think Pulp Fiction Sucks
Jaina reviews the beautifully shot indie movie Another Earth (2011)
Steven continues his auteurs series with a look at Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Lisa Thatcher reviews Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959), a film on my 2013 blind spot list.
Niels continues his Hitchcock Marathon with a review of Strangers on a Train (1951). Another classic I have on my blind spot list.
Eric reviews Amores Perros (2000). Also on my watchlist for 2013.
Ruth's Valentine special: Spotlight on 14 Favorite Movie Couples
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Push The Sky Away is my favorite album of 2013 so far.
I'm also enjoying the new album The Flower Lane - Ducktails (2013)
Toren at The Ashtray Says shares his favorite songs of 2012, and includes a spotify playlist