This Week for Rorschach: New look, New Catalog, New Reviews!

It’s now been about 6 weeks since I started this little experiment and this week has  probably been the busiest so far.  As Uncle Ben would’ve said to a lazier Peter Parker, “With great free time comes great responsibility“, and not being one to disappoint I have not been idle.  You may notice that Rorschach Reviews has had a new look for the past few days.  I changed things up a bit in order to make it easier to navigate the site as well as read the actual reviews (Note to self, White font is never a good idea).  In the coming months we’ll be switching to a brand new Home Page centered format which should make things considerably easier and more aesthetically pleasing for you readers than ever before.

I encourage you to check out my new cataloging system Here.  Hot off the virtual presses, this new page features a organized list of every movie I’ve reviewed since I started blogging and includes one-sentence summations, links to each full review and comparisons between my score the scores given by IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes.  More content will be added soon but this new page should give you a good visual of how I’ve ranked the movies I’ve reviewed.

Last but not least, this is a movie review blog and as can be expected I will soon be posting my review to The Watch as well as a new mystery entry into my Ghost of Movies Past series.  This week, the featured director is William Friedkin, director of such classics as The Exorcist and The French Connection as well as his new film Killer Joe, which opens in select theaters this weekend.

Happy Hump-day to you all and, as always, thank you for reading 🙂

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About r361n4

I'm a student at the University of Washington Majoring Business. I've always loved movies and my goal is to work on the financial side of the film industry. Until then though, I figure I'll spare my friends from my opinions and shout them from a digital mountaintop for anyone who's interested. After all, if a tree falls in a forest and nobody blogs about it, does it really happen?
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