Category Archives: Social Cinema

Celebrate An Endless Summer With Social Cinema

Hopefully you’ve had a chance to check out the films I’ve curated for Milyoni’s Social Cinema over the last few weeks. They are a one-of-a-kind way to experience watching a film – almost like I am right there with you. One more film has been added – the seminal surf film The Endless Summer. So if you are stuck in that awful blizzard or just want to feel like you are catching some wave, why not give it a shot? It was a load of fun to curate and I promise you will have a blast following these two dudes on their mission to follow the summer waves across the globe.

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You can watch all of the films right here on Facebook.

More Film Hosting with Milyoni Social Cinema

I hope you guys enjoyed watching Carnival of Souls and The Little Shop of Horrors for free on Facebook – and if you haven’t, they’re still available! Starting today even more films are available for your viewing pleasure.

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You’ve got a wealth of films to choose from; epic war classic Apocalypse Now Redux (this one is chock full of interesting factoids), new crime classic Reservoir Dogs, Best Picture winner Crash and Giorgio Moroder’s unique take on Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. You can watch ’em all here on Facebook. I worked my butt of curating these for you, so I hope you enjoy the experience!

Hosting Films with Milyoni Social Cinema on Facebook

I know a lot of you have said you wished you could watch a movie with me, but unfortunately we’re spread all over the globe. Luckily for you, I may have somewhat of a solution. I have been working with Milyoni, home of what they call Social Cinema, and have “curated” several films for them. You can find some of the films I have hosted here on Facebook. The first two films available are Carnival of Souls and the original version of The Little Shop of Horrors. More films will be added throughout the week.

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What’s wonderful about Milyoni’s Social Cinema is it lets you interact with the film’s history, as well as with me as a viewer. As you watch the film, you will see facts about the making of the films and the filmmakers, as well as a running commentary by yours truly. I’d love it if you gave it a try and I’ll keep you updated as films get added!