Film Book Talk

I’m a guest discussing our favourite few movie books over at my friend’s blog…

First time ever for me being on camera regarding any kind of movie “tawk” so we had lots of fun just picking a couple or three books we love and go to the most, from our movie book collections. We left all the fun stuff in for our your enjoyment. 😀 Go look for these books and add them to your library.

Click here to see our show and tell time over at Mike’s Take on the Movies 



14 thoughts on “Film Book Talk”

    1. Yes apologies for that one, forgot in my excitement 🙂 Don Miller, and it is a fantastic little book that reads like a history yet seems to hit all the major players. Thanks!

  1. This was a lot of fun. You guys should make sure to tag it for all the BookTubers to find. Kristina, I think the Elvis books are the best things that have ever been written about him. I hope someone out there picks them up to read because of your encouragement. I know that Mike must have a slew of those film books, paperbacks in large format featuring stars, his collection of ephemera is impressive, I’ve watched a couple of his other videos. In the town I grew up in, there was a huge bookstore that had a whole aisle dedicated to film books like the Bronson book you just showed(I remember the “They Had Faces Book being on that shelf). The one I remember the best was Tarzan of the Movies, loaded with pictures of the actors who played the Lord of the Jungle. I could seriously kill a couple hours with that Bronson book, he was a favorite of mine. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thank you, I’m so glad you found it fun (and could excuse my inexperience making a video :). I really love those Elvis books more than I can describe in a minute, they’re literature worth studying. Those Citadel “Films of” books are fun, just having a few means you need to collect them all, and as you say, part of the experience of having the books is the memory of the place you got them and what they mean to you. We do have MANY more (Mike does have an amazing amount of posters) and so we might have to make another video like this sometime soon. Thanks for stopping by and checking this out.

    2. We had a lot of fun doing this and thanks for watching and enjoying. I’d be lying if I didn’t point out out much I love to share my collection of goodies by featuring them in videos and to have Kristina take part was icing on the cake. I remember that Tarzan book as well. As for Bronson there is another book from McFarland I have on the shelf which covers his career in detail that is complete and worth seeking out.

  2. Kristina, you and Mike make a fabulous movie team! I actually first read a Citadel Book about Alfred Hitchcock, and that was one of the films that hooked me on Hitchcock and other films, including other suspense films and comedy-mysteries! Great job! 😀

    1. I have that one too, those Citadel books always made me curious about all the movies yet to see. Still do. Glad you enjoyed the vid, we had fun so we might do some more, goodness knows we have enough books to talk about!

  3. And in case I’ve somehow neglected it, on top of all your other awesomeness, you’re pretty as can be, as far as us here at Team Bartilucci HQ is concerned! 😀


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