Welcome to the sixth edition of the New Vintage Reviews Carnival, where we review “old stuff” — from the classics to the forgotten — that is likely new to someone…
This month’s edition is chock-full of films — so I hope you have your popcorn and Jujubes ready!
Rupert Alistair presents Black Narcissus: Technicolor Masterpiece posted at Classic Movies Digest.
Jaynie presents Lessons In Vertigo (Hitchcock’s Vertigo, That Is!) posted at Here’s Looking Like You, Kid.
Raquelle presents Wild River (1960) @ the Harvard Film Archive and the Walking Ethnic Stereotype posted at Out Of The Past.
Surbhi Bhatia presents FILM REVIEW: RED PSALM (Még kér a nép, 1972) posted at The Viewspaper.
Rupert Alistair presents Fury (1936): Fritz Lang Comes to America posted at Classic Movies Digest.
Surbhi Bhatia presents Onibaba: 1964 directed by Kaneto Shindo posted at The Viewspaper.
Jaynie presents Ready To Get Manhandled? posted at Here’s Looking Like You, Kid.
Jeet presents Trip to Shivaganga posted at Discover Karnataka, saying, “Shivaganga is a nice adventurous destination near Bangalore city of the Indian state of Karnaraka. It has very old temples for history buffs and can be a training site for new trekkers.”
Games & Toys:
Yours Truly presents Cheap Thrills Thursday: Can He-Man Still Thrill The Uninitiated? here at Kitsch Slapped.
Yours Truly presents Are You Game To Try Tiltin’ Milton? posted at Collectors’ Quest.
Clark Bjorke presents Billie Holiday: My Man posted at Clark’s Picks.
Azrael Brown presents Lover Boy posted at Double-Breasted Dust-Jacket.
Jason Ward presents Ringworld by Larry Niven posted at The Word of Ward.
Yours Truly presents My Summer of ‘79 (A Review of Summer of ’42) posted here at Kitsch Slapped.
Surbhi Bhatia presents Simone de Beauvoir’s ‘The Second Sex’ posted at The Viewspaper.
Jason Ward presents Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev posted at The Word of Ward.
Rebecca presents 35th Bookworms Carnival: Really Old Classics posted at Rebecca Reads.
The Dean presents The Big & Little of Collecting Western Publishing Co. posted at Collectors’ Quest.
If you’d like your review to be in the next edition, please submit it (or one you’ve read) to the next edition of the blog carnival using the carnival submission form.