Weekly link roundup – Feb. 4-10



“Safe House” (C)
“The Vow” (C)
“Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” (C+)

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Eric’s Bad Movies: “The Dungeonmaster” (1984), featuring neither dungeons nor masters. [Film.com]

Re-Views: “Masked and Anonymous” (2003), Bob Dylan’s enigmatic vanity project that bored a lot of people. [Film.com]

The Pros and Cons of Seeing “The Phantom Menace” in 3D: A thoughtful essay on this weighty issue. [Film.com]

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Snide Remarks: No new column this week, but please check out this blog entry, “The state of Snide Remarks address.”

Movie B.S. with Bayer and Snider: We launched our Kickstarter campaign to send us to Cannes, reviewed “The Vow,” “Safe House,” and “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island,” and played a game. What more do you want?? [MovieBS] or [iTunes]

In the Dark: Subscribe to this weekly e-mail and get all the latest movie reviews, DVD releases, and other pertinent info delivered to your electronic mailbox. [Eric D. Snider’s In the Dark]

Twitter: @EricDSnider

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A smart young critic named Sam Fragoso interviewed me about my “life” and “work” and “career.” You can listen to it on his website. [Duke & the Movies]

My pal Brian Salisbury made me laugh with his discussion of “Scream Blacula Scream” for his ongoing Junkfood Cinema column. [Film School Rejects]

My other pal William Goss wrote this thoughtful essay about depression, “The Grey,” and “Oslo, August 31st.” [The Hitlist]

My third pal Drew McWeeny wrote an angry and funny column with this title: “An open letter to the worst human being ever to sit in a theater.” [HitFix]

If you love “Breaking Bad” AND you have a valentine, you can’t go wrong with these cards. [The Curious Brain]