One of you wonderful smilers reached out and asked if I had stopped doing these daily promotion tweets. In case you missed it, there hadn't been one for a few days. The truth is that, no, I haven't, but I don't do them every single day. Granted, it's a laudable goal to have one up on each and every day -- if for no other reason than to do some rather obvious self-promotion -- but I'm not entirely certain that's necessary. Take a gander at the average day, and you'll likely see (as I have) that some of them may not have any person, place, movie, show, or other that's requiring a bit extra in written fashion from yours truly. I like keeping these announcements with a bit of greater purpose, and -- as a consequence -- some days just don't quite move me yet.
Yesterday, I did manage to get up a review regarding the latest Horror release, Spoonful Of Sugar. (Link) It's quite an entertaining flick, especially as it deals with some solid performances by all of the principle players. I'd encourage folks to give it a look -- both the film and my review. As Horrors go, I think it's safe to suggest that it may not be for everyone: it's more of a psychological thriller than anything else -- its traditional Horror elements are a bit light. But the execution is very good, and I think those who like twist endings might be tickled with how it all turns out.
In fact, I wrote a bit about the feature (link) last year after I picked it up on home video. It's the kind of thing I'll likely revisit again and again in my lifetime, maybe even taking a bit more space here at SciFiHistory.Net to sing its praise at every opportunity. I realize that it may not be for everyone, and still I'll always recommend it to folks who haven't given it the chance to inspire. Lastly, Quatermass is an institution amongst the British folks: this brainy scientist gets revisited from time-to-time, making him a charater worth a deep dive.
If you haven't seen it, then wait no longer. Watch it today.
That's all I have for now, folks. I might have a review up later today -- I watched an older crime thriller yesterday, and I'm mulling it over as I type this -- so keep your eyes peeled.
As always, thanks for reading ... thanks for sharing ... thanks for being a fan ... and live long and prosper!