Carnival of Cinema Episode XXX: Don’t Trust Any Blogger Over 30.

Well, how time does fly. It seems like it was only a couple months ago I was hosting this… oh, yeah, it was a couple of months ago.

Back then, we were all getting worked up over a sensitive little period piece called 300. No such theme this time around. I had expect this week to be especially heavy on spiders, but I guess not.

So, shall we begin?


Adam takes a look at new technology and the future of film over at Sophistpundit.

Our usual host, Nehring lost a little of his patience with Dreamgirls over at Nehring The Edge.


Michael Leahy, over at Screenplay Europe, reports on Grave Decisions picking up a script award from the German Lolo Awards as well as the rest of the winners.


fincherfanatic lives up to his name and gives us a look at a pair of TV specials on Fincher’s new film, Zodiac at The Works and Genius of David Fincher.

Two great behind-the-scenes of David Fincher’s new ZODIAC, featuring interviews with Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo and the real-life Robert Graysmith.”


alexius over at TopMovies wants everyone to go and watch Spiderman 3 now.


The Reviewer absolutely devoured the horror/comedy/mockumentary known as Long Pigs over at The-reviewer.net.


Chainik Hocker takes a fond look back at Dirty Dancing posted at The New Chainik Hocker

It’s no Red Dawn but it’ll do.


Miss Positive is very positive about Spider-Man 3.


If it wasn’t for “[n]aked Natalie Portman being raped and tortured” Matt Adcock over at DARKMATTERS – The Mind Of Mattwouldn’t find much to recommend about Goya’s Ghosts.


Henry Midgley presents A Salesman for Cigarettes and asks What’s the point of Marie Antoinette? over at Westminster Wisdom.


Phillip asks us to take a look at Monday Musing: The New Mannerists, which was posted at 3quarksdaily.


Jason Hooker posts a list of upcoming Festivals And Events at digital film crew.


Jorge takes a look at the DVD of Ravenous posted at The Mexican Dvd Review.


Jon Swift considers raising the minimum age for porn over at Jon Swift,

Porn is cinema, too, of course, and Joe Francis, director of the Girls Gone Wild series, is one of our its auteurs. Garance Franke-Ruta, however, is a fierce critic of his work and wants to stop him by raising the minimum age of his actors to 21. I have an even better idea.

Peter Slattery examines the unfortunate case of Live Free Or Die Hard, part II (Or How I Learned to Stop Having Faith and Hate Hollywood) over at CRITICAL MASS!.


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