December 26: With most of the holidays behind us, I’ll be wrapping up Twisted Xmas with a couple more reviews I missed in the hoopla of presents and family get-togethers, in addition to some updates to my collection posts on Instagram. I’ll be updating you all in depth soon on the future of The Movie Maestro and what’s in store for the first few months of 2018.
I hope you all have enjoyed your holidays!
Here at The Movie Maestro, I’ll be celebrating the holidays, whichever one you prefer, with viewings upon viewings of festive films. In addition to traditional Christmas fare, I’ll also be reviewing some of my favorite “Twisted Xmas” movies.
What is a “Twisted Xmas” Movie?
Good question, glad you asked. A Twisted Xmas film, to this reviewer, is any film that takes place at Christmastime, but does not concern itself with the themes of the holiday, or perhaps does so in an increasingly twisted and non-traditional way. Think Die Hard or Batman Returns.
It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like…Star Wars!
You may have noticed that I didn’t get around to the Star Wars flicks last month. Well, that was partially due to my being rather busy, but also a little intentional, since Star Wars: The Last Jedi is opening this month. My Star Wars reviews are being moved to the next two weeks to prepare.
Once the holidays are over, I’ll be doing some major restructuring, as well as introducing you all to my dedicated Temporal Productions blog, where my fan edit and short film information will be permanently transferred to, allowing me to keep my critical and professional work separate. I hope to see you all then!
Once again, Happy Holidays to you all!