Blunt began Blunt Review as a mission of love. Tired
of mean spirited-tell-all-rag-on-everything reviews that droned
on and on about the where's and what's of a film's errors
and faults, she decided to accentuate the positive and ad
her own little "Emilyisms."
About a decade ago, she was a sensation, a phenom, a big-time
reviewer. Then she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
She packed up and moved to a less hectic style life. Now,
she still writes - basically on good films or docs you should
see. There may be a few editorial faux pas as she tries to
(still) do editing (oy) herself.
Blunt's reviews and interviews have also been featured in
Elle Canada, Mojo London, Fashion Canada, Louder Boston, TriggerStreet.com,
and Ex-Pose London. Plus, Emily's hosted a bunch of Red Carpets
(some stream here). She's not the Emily Blunt, and
does not own, or profit from EmilyBlunt (dot) com <- a
creep runs that; neither Ms. Blunt - so be warned all ye who
Under her real name, Erika Bolin (IMDB
link), she was a swanky producer of fine docs found on
DVD for many Warner Bros. Home Video collections. Her faves
- FILM NOIR: BRINGING THE DARKNESS TO LIGHT, CAGNEY and BOGART
COLLECTIONS, ONE MAGNIFISCANT BIRD: THE MALTESE FALCON, GONE
WITH THE WIND: THE LEGEND LIVES ON, PAUL NEWMAN COLLECTION
and LA CONFIDENTIAL: SPECIAL EDITION. Today she is an MS Ambassador
who writes for MS Focus Magazine and edits The Multiple Sclerosis
Foundation's Movers & Shakers Advocacy Newsletter.
. WANT (need) more? Emily bluntly answers readers'
multitudes of questions Here->