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Yeah, I’ve been spending all this time I should have been posting making a facebook page for the site. Well, not really. Just the past day or so. The rest of the time I’ve spent being crazy busy and having a standoff with my bitchtastic computer. But I assure you, normal updates are on their way back.

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Speaking of Faulkner, stay tuned for the new blog I’ll be starting in the next week, Faulkner February. Yeah, that’s basically what it sounds like.

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I think that movie blogs, and classic movie blogs in particular, could really use a lot more attention and I really want to help do that in some way. So I’ve decided to (a) look around the web a lot more for great classic film sites and blogs and (b) make a post about them whenever I add them as a link.

So today I have two links to share. They found me, though, and asked to be linked, and after looking at their sites I am more than happy to do so.

Radiation Cinema is even more niche than we are here at Obscure Classics. Mykal Banta writes all about the science fiction B-movies of the 1940s and 1950s. He’s got some amazing and in-depth writeups on movies like I Married a Monster From Outer Space and The Alligator People. The site itself is also pretty damn good looking.

l’eclisse is a more general classic film blog. It’s relatively new, but it already has some very nice content. It seems there’s a lot of attention for Louise Brooks over there, which is pretty awesome. Go visit and give this young blog some love.