If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans. - Woody Allen
In that spirit, here's our schedule of upcoming reviews. Call it tentative, because we reserve the right to miss every single date on this calendar, but here's an idea of what's on the slate.
June is Alphabet Month at dementia13.net, where we will fill in the missing letters from our "reviews" page. First up is Outland, which was on April's schedule when we ran out of time. The same thing happened to M, which fits the theme because its title is a letter of the alphabet. We don't like that some of the genres by which the reviews are sortable come back with a lone result, so we've chosen this month's roster with an eye toward filling in the categories while improving our "video nasties" collection. The letter "V" is a wild card, as one of the potential selections will mean writing a fairly involved showdown review.
Update!YellowBrickRoad has been moved back because it's difficult to understand. We need more time to do it proper justice. In the Mouth of Madness is being moved up in its place.
Update!My editor just informed me that I'm trying to work in a "V" movie and a "Y", but we already have Videodrome and Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key. Since "V" is no longer critical, we'll go with our first choice, but we'll do it as time and availability permit. This will be the surreal Czech New Wave film Valerie and Her Week of Wonders. Being masochists, we're going for two and pairing it with the (almost) equally surreal Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural. YellowBrickRoad itself is a bit of a masochistic endeavor. It'll be nice to have a little more leeway with that one.
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