The Week That Was: It’s Called Inception

The Week That WasEvery Saturday, I abuse my power as Publisher of this website to pick and choose the best content from the past week. This week, it’s all about Inception. With Christopher Nolan’s latest in theaters, the halls of FSR were buzzing with coverage from the junket, chats with the composer and a milestone: our first A+ grade of the year. But wait! There’s more to the story this week. As we go around the horn, we check in with Rob Hunter’s fetish for the weirdest films of the world, we get ready for Comic-Con and we’re not exactly sold on David Fincher’s Facebook movie. This and more in The Week That Was

The Reviews

The Conversations

The Editorials

Other Things That Happened

Dispatch from Reject HQ

As you may have noticed, we launched version 7.2 (or whatever) of the site this week. It looks shiny and new and from what we can tell, people like it. Alright, so we don’t know that for sure just yet. But we like it a lot. We apologize for some of the inconvenience that the switch has caused. Many users were not able to see the new site for several days after the launch due to some problems we encountered while switching to our new burly server. We may experience a few more small glitches over the next few days, but we should have everything up and running smoothly by Comic-Con.

Speaking of Comic-Con. Be sure to bookmark our Comic-Con homepage for all the latest news from San Diego’s crowded streets. FSR managing editor Cole Abaius, resident face-puncher Robert Fure and slacker extraordinaire Jack Giroux will be bringing you all the best coverage before, during and after the Con.

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet.

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