Looking Back at 500 Posts

Cinespiria has reached the milestone of 500 posts. Not bad for a blog that started back in November of last year. But the reason that there has been this many posts in a short time is due to the massive back catalog of reviews I have from previous blogs that no longer exist.

When I decided that focusing on film was what I wanted to do, I wanted to have all of my reviews and other film centered writings in one place. The blog was started solely as an outlet for me to put down my thoughts and keep them better organized in one place.

Also, for those who also read Cinespiria’s content, I wanted this site to maybe educate people on more obscure films or to draw attention to movies the general public has not heard of or has forgotten over time.

I also like posting lists that rank the films of notable directors, actors and even franchises. The reason for this, is that I love the discussions that they often times generate, as I learn new things from those who have varying opinions or who point me towards movies I might not know about or haven’t seen in a long time.

I figured that I would do something special with this post so I decided to list out my top ten genre categories, people (actors, directors, composers, special effects maestros), years of release of the films I have covered and the country of a film’s origin (excluding the US, as I never tag it).

So here are the most popular tags in each topic.

Top 10 Genres:
1. sci-fi
2. action
3. horror
4. adventure
5. drama
6. thriller
7. fantasy
8. comedy
9. crime
10. kaiju

Top 10 People:
1. Eiji Tsuburaya
2. Ennio Morricone
3. Scarlett Johansson
4. Roger Corman
5. Ishirō Honda
6. Greg Nicotero
7. Dario Argento
8. Lee Van Cleef
9. Bill Murray
10. Peter Cushing

Top 10 Years of Release:
1. 2014
2. 2016
3. 1966
4. 1985
5. 1986
6. 1984
7. 1987
8. 2015
9. 1989
10. 1974

Top 10 Countries of Origin:
1. Italy
2. Japan
3. UK
4. Spain
5. Hong Kong (China)
6. Germany
7. France
8. Canada
9. Russia (Soviet Union)
10. Australia

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