This social media ranking was last updated on 06/02/2019.
Top spot for another year running is Flickering Myth. Founder and editor-in-chief, Gary Collinson, is supported by a team of editors covering a range of topics across all aspects of film, TV, comic books and video games. The blog provides readers with trending news, release dates, promo trailers, reviews, previews and exclusive interviews. The team state that they love cinema, in both its commercial and intellectual pursuits.
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Holding on to second place is Live for Films. Created by Phil Edwards, with help from a group of writers, reviewers and interviewers, the blog covers film, comics, video games and TV. With a section called Best Fight Scene Ever, and by sharing new trailers and reviews, Live for Films provides movie lovers with the latest and greatest news.
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Back to the Movies was created by Sean Evans with the aim to talk about movies in the way you would talk to your friends about them and nothing more. This led to the blog’s slogan: ‘No critics, just fans.’ Sean named the blog after one of his favourite movies (Back to the Future) and has built the site into a trusted resource to catch up on film news, reviews and more.
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Bleeding Cool blog focuses on comics, TV, film, and game news. Owned by Avatar Press, it was originally launched by Rich Johnston in 2009. Bleeding Cool is known for hot tip-offs before any other site, often breaking big news and rumours within the industry. Be careful of the (well-labeled) spoilers, and you’ll enjoy Bleeding Cool’s treasure-trove information and reviews.
5. Movie Marker
Movie Marker was launched in June 2011 by chief-editor, Luke Walkley. Now with a team of 30 reviewers, Movie Marker has grown into a key place for getting up to date movie reviews, features and news. With in-depth insights into films new and old, Movie Marker provides content to help break down the meanings behind movies and provides entertaining features.
Created by Karen Woodham in 2008, the blog has grown in popularity over the years. Blazing Minds has become a trusted source for entertainment news, and connects readers with film, music, theatre and event news, previews and reviews. The blog runs regular competitions and interviews with actors, directors and producers.
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CineVue was founded in 2010 and is maintained by editor-at-large Ben Nicholson and a team of ‘passionate cinéastes’. The blog features weekly reviews of the latest film releases to special features and international film festival coverage. CineVue provides the latest reviews of arthouse, documentary and indie film in cinemas and on the festival circuit.
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Created by Alton Williams, battleroyalewithcheese (also known as BRWC) was launched in 2008 to cover everything film. With news, reviews, interviews and features, the site brings a team of contributors together to share their love of film, video games and more.
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Created by movie fan Paul Devine back in 2008, and now alongside a group of freelance writers, The People’s Movies focuses on films, TV, anime and wrestling. Want to watch the latest movie trailers, read great reviews and share your opinions about films? The People’s Movies is the place to be.
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Let’s Go To The Movies was created by film and theatre lover Caroline Ames (Caz) in 2009. Bursting with film reviews, movie lists, and insight, Let’s Go To The Movies offers detailed pieces and brutally honest reviews of films and plays Caz has seen. Visiting the cinema over 80 times last year, Let’s Go To The Movies is a great find for any cinema lover.
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The fundamentals of working with bloggers are the same as with traditional journalists at traditional media outlets: respect their schedules; take time to read their material to learn their interests; and only contact them if/when they want to be contacted.
Vuelio’s blog ranking methodology takes into consideration social sharing, topic-related content and post frequency. Profiles of these film blogs and their authors can be found in the Vuelio Media Database.