Mid-Fantasia Rant: Breaks and Switches

Yes, sometimes it’s healthy to take a break.

In my experience (YMMV), scheduling several movies in a row might sound like a good idea. Do it for a couple of days and you might be missing on other movies out there. Therefore sometimes I like to pull a Fantasia Switcheroo and take in a different movie altogether. To do that you need to pause movie watching enough to take a look at what else is showing there. So, I pause.

In the meantime, here’s my friend Evelyne doing a report on Fantasia and interviewing some of the people in the audience. For full disclosure, I’m one of the people she interviews.

Watch on YouTube

You can follow her Youtube channel, CultureEatz for travel, recipes and other vlogs on diverse topics. She also has a blog at http://cultureatz.com

I know this might sound obvious to a hardcore Fantasia moviegoer, but to pick your selection of movies there’s a lot of times that you need your secondaries, your maybe list. There are movies that are better with a crowd. Action and comedy as well as some iterations of horror are better watched with a crowd. Slow movies with drama or what I like to call contemplative horror can be left for viewing alone.

Coming up tomorrow!


I should have a review for THE LAPLACE DEMON early morning tomorrow.

Scheduled for tomorrow are PORK PIE and A DAY but you never know, I might just pull another switch. I will keep you posted.

That will do for now.

  1. #1 by Evelyne CulturEatz on July 22, 2017 - 9:23 am

    YAY awesome video 😉 Thank you so much for sharing it. Yes taking a break and seeing something unplanned is a good idea.

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