So you can now find all this on separate pages under “Thrilling Days of Yesteryear: Almost the Truth – The Lawyer’s Cut”; for example, all of my movie reviews can be found under “Movies,” not to mention those written by our resident guest reviewer, Philip Schweier. There are also sections for our movie-related features like B-Western Wednesdays and Crime Does Not Pay—both of which I hope to resurrect someday. (I probably won’t resurrect “Movies I’ve Stared at Recently on TCM”…only because my folks make that an impossibility.)
Other sections include “Serial Saturdays,” where you’ll find links to all the chapter plays snarkily discussed here on the blog, as well as pages devoted to “Mayberry Mondays” and our current popular feature (it reads here) “Doris Day(s).” There will also be a new Doris up on the blog tomorrow. (Hey…hey! Let’s not turn into an ugly mob, shall we?)
Under “Blogathons” you’ll find the essays that I contributed to all the ‘thons I’ve participated in since 2009 (and some folks say that there are a lot—I will let you be the judge) and finally, “TV, DVD and Miscellanea”—articles on TV series, DVD reviews and things that just wouldn’t fit anywhere else (I hope to be able to resurrect “Twisted Television” one of these days as well). If you’re looking for anything else…well, you’ll have to use the search engine or the Blog Archive. (We can’t lay everybody off—these people have families, ferchrissake…)
Oh, and you’ll probably find that a few posts were taken out to the incinerator; back in 2008, I featured some of the hilarious Scott Bateman animations from Salon.com (well, they amused me—others maybe not so much) in this space but in combing through the blog archives I found that they’re no longer hosted there…and since that’s the case, there’s no need to have them here, either…unless you enjoy looking at blank space. Salon seems to do that vanishing act a lot—for example, I know a certain nostalgia blog that vanished from their site many years ago.