That’s the email address.

To give you a heads up now — I’m not interested in sharing your clickbait slideshow, list or iconographic. That’s not my style (which you’d know if you actually read this site). But based on the amount of emails with just those things, a lot of you guys are really interested in your online presence.

There’s also the social media stuff on the side, so that technically exists as a contact as well. I’m not exactly difficult to get a hold of, so this page exists more as a courtesy than anything.

And apparently I can add one of these to the site, so I’ll do that too:

3 responses

  1. Michael Patison

    I couldn’t. Agree more with your choice of Sam Shepard for The Right Stuff for Best Supporting Actor over Jack Nicholson for Terms of Endearment in 1983. I was wondering when you’re going to post a page on it as I’m interested to hear your reasons.

    September 4, 2011 at 7:12 pm

    • It’s not scheduled to go up for a while (like, November), but I’ll see what I can do, try to get it in sooner. And honestly my reasoning is that Nicholson just didn’t need the extra Oscar. He’s not really a dude who is also solid with supporting roles, aside from being a leading man, so all he did there was take an Oscar away from legit supporting actors. And, of the other nominees, it’s probably between Durning and Shepard for me (just because I use vote split logic between Nicholson and Lithgow), and while I liked Durning better (he’s hilarious in To Be or Not to Be), Shepard was just so awesome as Yeager. He’s just a badass. And I know he’s not really in the film so much, but I think the badass factor makes up for that.

      September 4, 2011 at 7:31 pm

  2. Hi Mike! I decided to nominate you for the Liebster Awards because I think your blog is pretty epic. So if you want to participate in answering some fun film related questions and spreading some love then you can go to my post:

    May 19, 2016 at 12:35 pm

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