Merry Christmas everyone from your best friends at Casta La Vista! We’re here to spread some festive cheer and give you the run down of our best and worst of the all too interesting 2011. Hope you enjoy and we look forward to getting back in the saddle early in 2012!
We made it folks! We don’t know what to celebrate first; the end of another year of cinema, or the end of the 12 Days of Castmas…
…Merry Christmas by the way…
We hope you’re having an excellent day with family/friends/loved-ones/pets-as-replacements-for-human-interaction on this wonderful day-of-days.
If you are with company, why not sit everyone down and load up this latest offering from Casta La Vista as we present to you our very own awards episode…The Castastrophies! Yes its that time of year again when we have cause to reflect on all the movies that have been and gone this year and hand out our own accolades for those that we feel are most worth a mention.
All the same categories from last year are present and correct, plus a few new ones for good measure.
If you agree or disagree with any of our recipients, or you have any awards of your own that you’d like to dish out then tell us about them in the comments section below OR email them to us at email@example.com. You could post thoughts on our Facebook pagetoo or tweet them to us, or even send us a both a postcard… its entirely up to you.
We’re going to take a little break now until the New Year but thanks for listening and checking out the site as always, we hope you enjoy the content and have enjoyed our 12 Days of Castmas (we certainly have); we’ll speak to you all again very soon.
P.S. Happy New Year
P.P.S The first movie poster Chris M talks about is this one and the second is this one. Chris W’s poster business can be found here. The trailer Chris M references for this year is this one and for the movie released next year it’s this one – the trailer Chris W gives his award for is here.
In order to celebrate the festive season we are proud to present the very first Castastrophies award ceremony where we look at the cream of the crop of 2009 – as well as some of the more forgettable films which, oddly enough, we happened to remember.
So don’t listen to Queeny, don’t spend time with your family, when Christmas has become a bit too much, kick back and let the Casta Crew brighten up your Christmas.