If you haven’t noticed already Journeys in Classic Film has been intermittent in its postings of late (okay, it’s been outright dead around here). My day job has sapped a … Continue Reading If You Haven’t Noticed….
Back in 2018 I took my first tour with Scott Michaels’ Dearly Departed Tours. Michaels, the long-time owner of the Find a Death website and one of the best (seriously, … Continue Reading Kristen Takes the Dearly Departed “Helter Skelter” Tour
I’m fortunate to receive physical DVDs and Blu-rays from a variety of different film distributors and one of the greatest has always been Twilight Time. Created in 2011, Twilight Time … Continue Reading Twilight Time & a Plea to Buy Physical Product
You might remember that one of the first goals I ever set out for this site was to watch and review every single Disney animated feature, which I did (up … Continue Reading Kristen Takes the D23 Walt Disney Studios Tour
Earlier this year I reviewed the basic tour presented by Scott Michaels’ tour company, Dearly Departed Tours. In short, Michaels and his gang are film experts of the highest (and … Continue Reading Kristen Takes the Dearly Departed “Harlow’s Hollywood” Tour
As part of a special offer from TCM Backlot, I was able to be on one of the inaugural “Classics Made Here” tours now offered as part of the Warner … Continue Reading Kristen Take the Warner Bros. ‘Classics Made Here’ Tour
Hey gang! So it’s been awhile since I’ve talked to you all. Remember the marvelous days where I updated Journeys in Classic Film daily? Yeah, those days have disappeared as … Continue Reading It’s Been Awhile…
Hollywood is a town that’s thrived on death, sex and sin. So it’s unsurprising that there are tours that delve into Hollywood’s seedy past. In the land of TMZ and … Continue Reading Kristen Takes the Dearly Departed Tragical History Tour
During last year’s TCM Classic Film Festival I was supposed to take the TCM On Locations Tour of Los Angeles. Unfortunately a flat tire left the rest of the group … Continue Reading Kristen Takes the TCM On-Locations Tour of Los Angeles
Did you know that more women worked in the film industry during its first two decades than at any time since? Or that a woman created some of the first … Continue Reading CONTEST: Win Early Women Filmmakers on Blu-ray!
This is a post I never wanted to write. Death is inevitable, but for those of us who entrench ourselves in the classic film world are even more aware of … Continue Reading A Tribute to Robert Osborne
I’m a few days late on this post – technically my first post went live on November 11th – but I did take a few months off after those initial … Continue Reading Journeys in Classic Film Turns Four!
We may be knee deep in The July Five, but I’m already thinking about August. Long-time readers of the site know I haven’t hosted a blogathon since the Universal Backlot … Continue Reading Summer Under the Stars Blogathon Hosted by Journeys in Classic Film! – UPDATED
It’s my birthday today so I’m giving myself a day off from everything! I’ll have something for you all to read Wednesday. This might or might not be a post … Continue Reading Happy Birthday to Me!
If you’ll recall, I’ve mentioned over the last month or so about some big changes coming to Journeys in Classic Film. Well, I just got the go-ahead to talk about … Continue Reading Let’s Have a Talk…
I mentioned during this month’s Lake Update I’d been invited to take a tour of the Warner Brothers Studio. Having only done the Universal Studios tour in the past, I … Continue Reading My Day at the Warner Brothers Studios