finally, hubpages is starting to get a bit more specific about sub genre in films. although they still have a long ways to go before EVERY genre is covered. im just glad to see that the science fiction and fantasy column now has a subgenre section after, while your making a hub, and it'll ask if it's a fantasy, science fiction or superhero movie. now, i won't ever have to make a choice between those three as i'll know EXACTLY where to categorize them. i think this is great. Hooray!
by the way, here's the link to the superhero movie category if you all want to check it out. i hope some more people change their superhero movie reviews like i did, so i won't be the only on there with featured hubs. not that i mind, but its no fun with no competition. lol.
http://hubpages.com/topics/entertainmen … ovies/6414
oh and here's the site address to the fantasy one too
http://hubpages.com/topics/entertainmen … ntasy/6412
and the science fiction exclusive one, where i do seem to have competition there, as im excited about that. i just hope the other categories fill up nicely. lol.
http://hubpages.com/topics/entertainmen … ction/6413
sighs* oh well i guess this is just good news to me then.
It's almost 2 a.m., and I am rolling it up for the night - but that is exciting news Stevennix! I know a number of hubbers who write movie reviews, so this should be quite helpful.
Awesome! I'll have to go check out what they've added in and see if I can't get more specific with some of mine. I must admit, they certainly were short on options...I've noticed the same problem in books, but I have far more movie reviews waiting to be moved over here than I do book reviews so I think they started in the right place.
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