Features

Comments section:

Got a critique you would like to share? Have a thought you would like to express to your fellow cinephiles? Through the comment section, you can discuss with the rest of the world and share your thoughts about anything related to movies and cinemas in general. Remember though — be as mindful of your fellow site goers as much as you care about not being bothered when you are entranced by the movie you watch.

Social Media Links:

If you would like to share a movie review to your friends or find a post here to be evocative, the availability of the social media links make easy for you tell the whole world of your find. Share to any of the major social sites if you wish — Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and the like. Be cautious of what you post, though, as I will not be to blame if people see you differently after sharing my thoughts.

Site View:

For your convenience, the site layout will intuitively scale to the size of the screen you are currently using. This allows for a lot of ease on your part as you would not need to worry about some buttons and links being in the way of the words you oh so wish to read.

Contact me:

You can always reach out to me. For any reason within the realm of cinemas, you can always reach out to me through the ‘contact me’ button available at the bottom. I really appreciate people reading what I have here, more so if I get to talk to them! You can also contact You can also reach out to me if you have anything to share that you find personally sensitive. I will also respond as quickly as humanly possible.

Blog Layout:

I have put a lot of thought into the design of the blog in both form and functionality. The blog’s layout is so to ensure that readers of all types find it easy to navigate through the posts over time. If you are new to the site and are fascinated enough that you want to read through previous posts, we have the archive section just for that. When inside a blog post, you will also find a “next post” and a “previous post” button on either side of the page to make it easy for you when you binge read. If you are an avid reader, there is always the “recent” post page where 5 of the most recent posts are available. The site also has a “what’s new” and “hot” pages, showing you the most recent post as well as the most active posts in terms of comment count, respectively.

Interactive Section:

Interaction is at the core of our community. Here you will find the easiest avenue for influencing the site’s direction. On the interactive section, you will find polls and queries that aims at gathering the entire readership’s thoughts on any matter of relevance at the time. There may be polls around checking for the community’s interest for certain upcoming movies. We may also have questions around what annoys you the most when going to the movies as well as what your favorite snacks are. The list goes on and on! The aim here is to have a good idea as to what you guys want me to write about. Note, however, that my hands are not tied to what you guys decide on; I may ultimately choose to veer the other way out of personal preference on certain avenues. Rest assured though that I will always take your opinions to heart and factor them in heavily in ultimately deciding.

Search function:

Considering the fact that there are literally hundreds of thousands of cinemas around the world and multitudes more of movies over the course of many decades, it is only natural that we see so many blog posts out there, giving light to certain aspects of the aforementioned subjects. In this case, you might stumble upon a blog post that you really like and, knocking on wood, lose the link when you wish to go back to it when you wish to re-read or share.

The search function comes as blessing for you at this point. Found on the upper right corner, right beside the magnifying glass, you can narrow down your search by keying in keywords that might have been relevant to you in relation to the lost post. Another key feature linked to the search function is called meta-tags. Meta-tags, simply put, are words that briefly describe the content of the post. This behaves very similarly to the iconic “hashtag” popularized by twitter, Facebook, and other social networking sites. The only difference here is that meta-tags do not appear on the blog post itself, therefore clearing the page of clutter.