Category Archives: Cemetery movie review

Reviews of movies about cemeteries.

The Grove: AIDS and the Politics of Remembrance

Film is the perfect medium to capture the beauty and peace of the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. This documentary, in particular, captures the memorial across the seasons, such as they are in San Francisco: … Continue reading

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Traveling through Movies

I’m working hard to promote The Haunted Mansion Project: Year Two, a collection of ghost-hunting reports and short stories which I edited, with a series of interviews on my other blog. Unfortunately, that means that Cemetery Travel hasn’t been getting … Continue reading

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A Second Final Rest

In August 2005, I finally had the pleasure of seeing Trina Lopez’s documentary A Second Final Rest: The History of San Francisco’s Lost Cemeteries. It was worth the wait. I heard Lopez speak on Halloween (2002?) at the California Historical … Continue reading

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Forever: A Movie to Avoid

As you can guess, I adore cemeteries. I wrote about them monthly for four years for Gothic.Net and didn’t come close to exhausting everything I wanted to say on the subject. I love everything about cemeteries: the monuments, the landscaping, … Continue reading

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