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    Best of Mousterpiece Cinema 2012

    Josh brought his Mousterpiece Cinema podcast to Sound on Sight this time last year, starting by reposting his older podcasts beginning with his very first podcast about Cars 2. One of Ricky D‘s constructive criticisms for Josh on joining the site was that his best podcasts were the ones where he was joined by a […] More

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    The Televerse #70- 2012 Best Of Smorgasborgy

    On last week’s podcast, we talked about the Top 10 TV Series of 2012. This week, we discuss just about every other category you can think of. From more expected ones like Best Performance or Best Pilot to the more obscure Best Dance Sequence and Favorite “F*ck Yeah!” Moment, we break down the year in […] More

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    25 Great Film Shots Seen for the First time in 2012

    On the other side of my content filled posts for Sound on Sight, I manage a semi-popular Tumblr blog called Obscure and Offbeat Cinema. There is virtually no written content and the vast majority of what I present are screenshots taken from films that I’m watching or planning to watch. Though a popular film will […] More

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    The Televerse #70- 2012 Best Of Smorgasborgy

    On last week’s podcast, we talked about the Top 10 TV Series of 2012. This week, we discuss just about every other category you can think of. From more expected ones like Best Performance or Best Pilot to the more obscure Best Dance Sequence and Favorite “F*ck Yeah!” Moment, we break down the year in […] More

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    Doctor Who, 2012 Christmas Special, “The Snowmen”: Personality, energy outweigh third act blunders

    Doctor Who, 2012 Christmas Special: “The Snowmen” Written by Steven Moffat Directed by Saul Metzstein Aired Christmas at 9pm (ET) on BBC America Another Christmas, another Doctor Who special. Though the series has a dubious track record for specials, to say the least, it’s become somewhat comforting to be able to count on new Who […] More

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    The Televerse #69- Top 10 TV Series of 2012

    It’s time for our yearly Top 10 podcast, where we talk through our picks for the best television of the past calendar year. Though many prominent series may have slipped somewhat compared to last season, it was still a fantastic year for TV and here are just a few examples why.  Which shows made the […] More

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    The Televerse #69- Top 10 TV Series of 2012

    It’s time for our yearly Top 10 podcast, where we talk through our picks for the best television of the past calendar year. Though many prominent series may have slipped somewhat compared to last season, it was still a fantastic year for TV and here are just a few examples why.  Which shows made the […] More

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    FNC 2012: ‘Clip’ is shocking but lackluster

    Clip Directed by Maja Milos Serbia, 2012 Contemporary Serbian cinema gives the rest of the world a run for its money in terms of shock value: Pushing boundaries and breaking taboos, most recent films from the country that have been making the festival circuit have developed a rather scandalous reputation. A Serbian Film, a torture […] More

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    2012 Fall Pilot Review Roundup, Part 2

    Premiere week has come and gone, so it’s time for another pilot roundup. So far, only a few shows have received full season pickups, NBC’s Go On, The New Normal, and Revolution. The closest thing to a new hit is Revolution, or perhaps Vegas, but unlike in previous years, we’ve yet to see a single […] More

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    ‘The Possession’ is outdated and conservative

    The Possession (2012) Directed by Ole Bornedal Written by Juliet Snowden and Stiles White USA, 2012 The Possession is the newest film in a dominant sub-genre of horror family dramas that seem to be invading our theatres with increasing persistence. Very much on par with recent horror trends, at the center of the film is […] More

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