I’m joining the Strange Kids’ Club
Hello everyone. Hope you enjoyed yesterday’s “best of 2010” movie article. Tomorrow I’ll be posting my “worst of 2010” movie article. Stay tuned for it because you are either going to really enjoy it or really want to rip my liver out through my belly button. It’s gonna be epic.
Anyway, I thought I’d give you a head’s up that I’ve been asked to contribute content to the website/blog Strange Kids’ Club. For the last year or so Rondal’s great site has been a friend of the Cavalcade and I check his site regularly. I talked about Strange Kids Club back in June when they interviewed Shawn Robare from Branded in the 80s.
Well, Rondal asked if I would join the Clubhouse and start writing articles for the site. I had to agree because I love his site and any chance I get to “flex my writing muscles” is one I like to take. So I am on board and my first two articles were posted yesterday. Currently, I have two recurring columns I’ll be writing. The first is called Forgotten Favorites and it’ll focus on forgotten but awesome items from our pop culture past. The first installment talks about the Atari 2600 game, Yars’ Revenge. Check that here.
The second column is called On the Shelves and will be a weekly look at the DVDs/Blu-Rays available to buy that week. I’ll make funny comments and some recommends/not recommends for some of the bigger and geekier home video releases. The first installment of On The Shelves also went up yesterday. Check it out here.
Don’t worry, I’m still going to write this site in conjunction with my articles over there, it’s just another outlet for my overwhelmingly awesome creativity. So mosey on over to Strange Kids Club and check out some of the awesome stuff. I guarantee you’ll really like it.
And check out my vintage movie advertisement blog, Held Over. This week I’ve been updating with ads for movies that were picked by the Library of Congress to be added to their archives. It’s been a lot of fun.
So stay tuned, tomorrow is my “worst of 2010” movie article. It’ll make me either a God or a goat.