Happy New Year! Welcome to 2010…


And so we begin again….

2009 was a great year for us here at fernbyfilms.com, and 2010 is shaping up as another doozy, especially with some of the films due to be released!!

So what’s coming up here at fernbyfilms.com, you ask?

This year, we’re planning something new for those of you into “classic” films. We can’t tell you what it is right now, but we’re working on some pretty controversial material that’ll come online in the next 12 months. It’s all to do with our boredom of the traditional “classics” like Ben Hur, Citizen Kane, and the rest….We kick things off later in January, so stay tuned for that!

Not only that, but re-rendered HD versions of the Fernby Films catalogue will soon be uploaded here at the site, courtesy of YouTube. We’re currently re-uploading various stuff which we had online previously, only in dodgy non-HD versions. So we’ve gone back to the archives, trawled through them, and have begun the process of re-uploading out stuff to YouTube, and we’ll link it all here in due course.

Also on the way, our look at the Jurassic Park trilogy, as well as our much awaited Matrix Anthology investigation, and we take a look at the Alien Quadrilogy towards the end of the year. Along the way we’ll update you with all the Oscar news, as well as keeping track of the major films we’re following, including Transformers 3 (which we have dedicated an entire page to, to bring all the goods together, click on the tag in the sidebar to the right!). We have upgraded to BluRay in 2010 as well, since we’ve recently acquired a HD plasma television and BluRay player over the holiday period.  Our Sony LCD projector has served us well, but now, six years later, it’s time to retire it to the shiny, non-HD meadow to which it so eagerly awaits. There’s plenty of other stuff to enjoy coming your way, but right now, we can’t give you all the details! Otherwise, there’d be no surprise!!

Anyway, we look forward to your continued readership for the next 365 days of 2010.

Rodney T – Director, Fernby Films.

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