Thursday, December 30, 2010

Remembering 2010 on the Blog

Well, it was not  "the year we made contact" with aliens (per 2010 [1984]), but it has been an amazing span here on the blog nonetheless, and I want to thank all of you for making it so.  

For without you, I am nothing...

When last I checked (on December 27), 2010 had already seen a whopping 110,000+ more visitor hits than 2009, the previous biggest year for Reflections on Film/TV -- which is pretty incredible.

So, thank you all so much for visiting this year, and for joining the ongoing discussion  and debate on film, television, nostalgia and retro-toys. 

It's back to more cult movie reviews, and TV flashbacks in the days and weeks ahead, but first -- one last look back at 2010.

Below are the ten most visited blog posts of the year.  I don't know what any of this really means, precisely, except that these are the pages most visited by people, listed  from 10 to number 1.   Last year's number one review, of a Spielberg blockbuster from 1975, was unseated this year by a 1982 film, which saw a sequel released a few weeks ago.  There are some De Palma titles here, some cult-TV episode reviews and even a look at a famous cinematic serial killer.

Anyway, the top ten most-visited Reflections on Film/TV posts of 2010 were:


















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