I've moved this list elsewhere.
You may notice a new banner at the top of this page. Yes, I've removed the Bay Bridge motif and replaced it with images from some of the theaters I write about. And I've also removed .net from the blog's official title. When I started this blog more than ten years ago, I wanted the … Continue reading Bayflicks.net or .com: A new look and a new name
Hello, readers. Some of you may be receiving the weekly Bayflicks newsletter via the RSS-to-Email service Feed My Inbox. I've been promoting that site for people who just want to receive the Friday morning "What's Screening" newsletter via email. If you're one of those people, you should know that Feed My Inbox will stop its … Continue reading Important Notice for Those Receiving Bayflicks by Mail
This post is a test of WordPress for Android. I'm writing this one my Droid X. I'm not as fast swyping as I am with a full-sized typewriter, but it's faster than typing on a phone's keyboard.
I was hoping to give the Mill Valley Film Festival significant coverage this year, as well some of the many other festivals going on and coming up. This time of year, the festivals really pile up. Unfortunately, family obligations and work that actually pays—such as reviewing home theater equipment for PC World—has to take a … Continue reading Limited Coverage
I Googled classic blu-ray today because, well, it's the sort of thing I'm likely to Google. Guess what came up at the very top? An article I wrote for PC World back in November: 10 Blu-ray Titles That Show Off Classic Movie Formats.
I’ve added a new theater to the Bayflicks list, VIZ Cinema. Located near Japantown and the Kabuki, the Viz seats only 143 and projects film and HD video. It has THX-certified sound. It specializes in Japanese cinema. In fact, I found out about it from a comment on my The Bad Sleep Well piece. Thanks, Brian, … Continue reading VIZ Cinema Added to Bayflicks