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We adore classic movies.

Classic movies are good for you, like chocolate eclairs or a trip to the spa. You should never let a week go by without enjoying at least one of these.

Our purpose with this classic movie blog is to sell you on these films, to show you why they’re so entertaining. We’re not offering an in-depth analysis of these films and their effect on society. We’re just in it for the fun.

You should know that we’re slavishly devoted to Turner Classic Movies, and cannot tear ourselves away from any black & white footage, even if it is a Pete Smith Specialty.

We hope you’ll come to love these classic movies as much as we do.

Follow us on Twitter: @925screenings

34 comments

  1. Thanks for dropping by my little piece of the blogosphere. I like what I’ve seen of your blog so far and I’ve a feeling it’s going to become very popular.

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  2. Hey!

    Nick from http://www.cinekatz.com here. Doing some scout work for the LAMB. We’re wanting to make an email newsletter for community features as well as a list we’re making similar to Sight & Sound’s best movies of all time list. Just need an email! Email me at npowe131 at gmail.com

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  3. The word “classic” is thrown around much too often these days- such as “American Movie Classics” (AMC, which is now just another mass marketed channel that butchers movies). To me, and many others, “classic” isn’t 70% of the movies shown on AMC. I used to watch FMC (Fox Movie Channel) but even they are starting to go down the same road as AMC.

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    1. There’s nothing more frustrating than watching a movie that is constantly interrupted by commercials. That’s why I think Turner Classic Movies is one of the best channels ever.

      As for the word “classic” – yup, it means different things to different people. This is one of the things that makes the classic movie blogging community so interesting. You should give it a try!

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