Now that all the horror and James Bond movies are behind me, I will be returning to a much more leisurely schedule for reviews. Forever Horror Month was a very rigorous output of content that I will not be repeating with posting one review per day. There will be another Forever Horror Month next October, but it will be a much smaller undertaking. It was fun sharing all of these horror films with everyone, but I did fall behind schedule due to several factors resulting in a difficult final week. Yet, I was determined to make good on my word in completing the month. So, I am proud to have pushed forward all the way through to the end with a total of 41 reviews published in 31 days.
I do have a few reviews planned for the next month or so. There has been a very analytical review of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country in progress since mid-September, and I intend to have that completed by month’s end. I might do another Star Trek movie review depending on time and sustained interest in writing it. If it happens, it will be posted ahead of The Undiscovered Country review. I also have the urge to watch and write reviews of some more Highlander movies. I have just ordered an alternate cut of Highlander: The Final Dimension on DVD for an impending review. I have the original 1998 U.S. DVD featuring the actual director’s cut, but the 2005 and 2011 DVD releases have the European cut of the film. So, I want to include some comparison in the review since I believe there are good and bad differences in both from what I have read.
Beyond all of that, I do still want to have reviews of The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi up before the year is out. If they do come within that time, they are certainly going to be happening in December. And yes, I am very aware of the entire Disney purchase of Lucasfilm Limited, but until I know how Disney will handle the property of Star Wars, I have no opinion to pass upon it or the impending new trilogy of Episodes VII, VIII, & IX. I’ll just wait and see. It should be an interesting ride as they develop, regardless.
Lastly, you may have noticed some changes since November 1st. This is because I decided to make Forever Cinematic an official product of RavensFilm Productions. Since I put so much time and passion into this blog, I felt it was a logical choice to meld them together. Nothing has changed beyond the slight cosmetics, but you can now see the Twitter feed for RavensFilm to the right under the Forever Cinematic Facebook feed. I also expanded the social media sharing options for the blog posts. I will be refining other minor aspects of Forever Cinematic over the coming weeks.