/This week on fernbyfilms.com – 3/8/08

This week on fernbyfilms.com – 3/8/08

This week marks a slight change here at fernbyfilms.com. After a month of nearly daily posts, we are going to take a little more time with things for a while. What does this mean? Well, instead of daily posts, we’re now going to post every second day, to give our staff a little more time to prepare things before they go live on the site.

While it would be nice to be able to post daily, unfortunately, the reality of preparing so much information of your consumption has taken it’s toll. Rodney will be getting a new computer organised over the next few weeks, since his old one finally blew up: which means that the website will be running on limited access for a while. Still, this issue will be resolved soon, and we’ll be back to normal eventually. So for the next month or so, our posts will not be daily, but every second day. Just FYI.

So, that said, here’s what you’ll see this week on our new, streamlined fernbyfilms.com.

We kick off Redux Month this week, as we take the time to reprint some older reviews you may not have had a chance to read. Originally posted late last year, they are presented in their original format for your edification. This weeks Redux Review is The Bourne Ultimatum.

We look at a couple of major film releases, Stallone’s Rocky Balboa, and the newest Simon Pegg flick, Run Fatboy Run. Plus, we dig up a Fernby Films classic short film, Thunderstruck, and represent it before it goes off to the archives for a while. Take a long look at it folks, you won’t see it again for a while!

That’s all coming your way this month, plus the regular comments of Secret Squirrel, here on fernbyfilms.com. Stay tuned!

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Normally detesting these kinds of bios, Rodney’s keen love of film more often outclasses his ability to write convincingly about them.

Never blessed with a body worthy of a porn star, nor being the heir to a wealthy industrialists fortune, nor suffering the tragedy of having his parents murdered outside a Gotham theater, Rodney is, contrary to popular opinion, neither Ron Jeremy, JD Rockefeller, or Batman.

As a serious appreciator of film since 1996, Rodney’s love affair with the medium has continued with his online blog, Fernby Films, a facility allowing him to communicate with fellow cineasts in their mutual love of all things movie.