Update 2/21/19

on February 21 | in COMMENTARY | by | with No Comments

I’ve just finished my review of How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, and it’s 1 in the morning. Less than six hours separate the writing of this post and my alarm clock which will herald the start of a new work day. Sometimes, reviews come easy; this one took a little more doing, with other facets of my life causing further delays (I screened the film on February 2nd).

You may have noticed Michael Parsons’ absence from the site, with 99% of our content since summer 2017 coming from me. All we can say is “life happens.” Priorities shift, adulting gets in the way, call it what you will. We are happy to report Michael is a successful, hard-working real estate agent operating out of the Annapolis area – go here to check him out! Let him know if you’re looking to start or continue your homeowning ventures.

Starting in 2019, I will post links to any review written for our friends at Gunaxin, whose site owner Philip Van Der Vossen has been most generous in giving us an outlet for our screeds. Most of these reviews will be for bigger tentpole films; occasionally, Gunaxin will reprint some of our more indie and higher-profile reviews.

In the meantime, DC Filmdom is still here. Guest reviews may pop up from time to time; we’ll let you know about those and everything we do through our Facebook and Twitter pages. We’ve had Brandon Troy of Movers & Shakers do a review of Logan for us, and we’re looking forward to welcoming some more occasional guests.

As always, thank you so much for coming to visit and read what we have to offer. We aren’t paid for the reviews on DC Filmdom, nor is the site itself monetized. This has been and continues to be a labor of love, and we’re grateful to have you on board with us.

Eddie Pasa

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