To make up for the absence of a DVD Guide for March is the rebirth of said guide in the form of the Horror’s Not Dead Month by Month, which is now operational at the bottom of the home page.
The Calendar, an oily bit of programming on the part of Chris (once again), is quite a departure from the old way of breaking down a month’s worth of DVDs. It may convey less information all at once, but the prettiness and natural flow of its sensual menus on the dance floor more than compensate. And now, not only can I list DVDs, but I can drop anything else I want too, so expect theatrical and television events as well.
The DVDs for this month are complete, though the Theatrical listings are sparse on personal commentary at present. I do plan on going through and forecasting theater dates well into the future, though the DVDs will likely only be updated a week or so before each new month. And, to avoid someone having to check every date of the Calendar for updates, I will itemize additions and changes and put them in a post just like this from time to time.
Input needed after the break:
I currently cover all DVDs, which will continue regardless, but should we segregate the daily view page by genre, ordering non-horror to he back of the bus?
MIA from the old Guides are my categorical breakdowns along the lines of "Must Buy" or "Rentals". Is this a problem? Should I generate a post bi-monthly with said breakdown? I think I might. If so, I will keep that genre inclusive. Or should I tag each DVD/Movie with an approval rating?
What else is missing from this site? Should I do more list making? Top 10s are all the rage these days… More rambling editorials? I, personally, feel like I should do that more often, but what I feel like doing and end up doing are always asynchronous. Should I have ads? Would ads bother people? I need to have a more comprehensive linking section? Weekly Polls? More random quotes? Less? Should I change the banner image? Make it random as well?
My Gods, the possibilities!