PR Newswire: news distribution, targeting and monitoring
Apr 27 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: Filmsy

Share with Twitter Share with LinkedIn

by Thomas Hynes

 

The movie blog Filmsy has the voice of a lot of film lovers. They love the art form, but are consistently frustrated with the output. In their own words, 'the movie industry spends millions of dollars on films, but sadly most aren’t even worth the price of cinema popcorn.'  To me that's an indictment of, yes,  the price of popcorn, but also and more importantly the state of film. Pictures of poor quality should be called out. Conversely, quality examples ought to be exalted.

That seems to be a central tenet to Filmsy. The site review and comment on both new movies as well as the classics. And they do so with "honest to goodness commentary." There's also a sense of humor to the blog. Take for example this post on seven movie nannies who should have never been hired. I personally haven't seen all of these films. But I'm glad I'm not the only one who is a little bugged out by Mary Poppins. There's also this post on the most fascinating sci-fi movie guns. I don't even like sci-fi or guns all that much, and I still find that post entertaining.

And I think I find this site entertaining because I can sense how much they love movies. I can sense their excitement in this post about movies that are sure to blow up in 2012. Even if the movies are sometimes poor, these folks are still going to line up for tickets. Popcorn probably, too.

 

 

 

 

 

Reader's Comments

www.cheaptextbooks-forcollege.com

Yet it’s something to be able to keep in mind. My partner and i hope which it will aid and also continue to keep up the top notch top quality creating. I am a big fan of yours now because of this blog entry.

http://www.cheaptextbooks-forcollege.com/

Posted at 09:25 ET on Aug 20, 2012 by www.cheaptextbooks-forcollege.com

Leave a Comment

PR Newswire reserves the right to delete flames, trolls, and other inappropriate content.

Name:

Email address:

Website: (optional)

Comment:

Type what you see in the grey box:

PR Newswire "Blogs We Love" Badge

PR Newswire Blog We Love

This is our "Blogs We Love" badge. To read more about it, go here.

Blog Profiles

Would you like to see your blog profiled? Drop us a line about your blog, and we'll see about getting it profiled here.

Blogger Services

Customized Newsfeeds

Don't let the name PR Newswire for Journalists dissuade you. This is a great service for bloggers. Any content creator -- whether you're a journalist, freelancer or blogger -- can set up a customized profile to receive releases based on preferences. You also have access to hi-res photos, media-only content such as media advisories and embargoed releases, and experts via ProfNet.

ProfNet

Need expert sources? Check out ProfNet, a service that helps journalists, bloggers, authors, and other content creators connect with experts -- at no charge. Sending a query is easy: Just fill out a form detailing the kind of expertise you need, how you want to be contacted, and your deadline. ProfNet will do the rest. You also can sign up for a weekly "tip sheet" of experts and story ideas. Visit ProfNet for more info or go directly to the query form.

ProfNet Connect

ProfNet Connect is a free, interactive online community where PR professionals, experts, and media professionals can network and engage with one another. Via profiles, forums and blogs, subject-matter experts can position themselves as the go-to source for content creators and journalists. In turn, content creators can search the site by keyword to find the experts they need. The site also features enhanced profile capabilities, allowing users to easily add multimedia components -- photos, videos, white papers and more -- to their profiles.

News Widget

Our widget allows you to display PR Newswire content on your site with very little back-end programming required.  You not only get the headline, but also the body of text of the news release, keeping the user on your site at all times.  In order to do so, the difference between our Widget and other widgets is at the end of the sign-up process, you will be provided with two pieces of source code -- one for the page where the Widget itself will be displayed and one for the pages that will display the body of text of each news release.  In addition, the sign-up process allows you to have 100 percent control over every aspect of the Widget's appearance, so that the Widget can blend in fully with the look and feel of your site. Still not convinced? Here's what one blogger had to say about the widget.

Search
  
  1. Bloggers
  2. News Unfiltered
  3. Blog Posts
  4. Blogger Services
  5. Blogger Events
  6. Contact Us