Espionage, romance and John Ritter in spandex are just some of the subjects covered in our weekly look at the films people went to see 35 years ago. Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: You Always Hurt the One You Love
Looking back at the films released 35 years ago, including: Richard Gere in AMERICAN GIGOLO, Judy Davis in MY BRILLIANT CAREER, Barbara Steele in SILENT SCREAM, Dom DeLuise in FATSO and other assorted psycho killers and cuddly animals! Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: Whisper to a Scream
A look at the films released this week 35 years ago, including: a high-octane thriller, a classic film about post-war Germany, a sickly-sweet family film, a legendary rock concert and the first film starring Nastassja Kinski. Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: A Jungle Out There
We have a title for the 1980’s project – Glory of the 80’s! Also this week: daring inventions, kung fu masters and some incredibly offensive stereotypes. Continue reading Ladies and Gentlemen…. the GLORY OF THE 80’s!
In this installment of the 1980s project, we look at Billy Wilder’s penultimate film, FEDORA, as well as its spiritual companion, 1950’s SUNSET BOULEVARD. Continue reading SCOTT’S FILM GEEK JOURNAL: The Sun Sets on Hollywood
Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani paint a beautiful picture in this homage to the giallo. But is there anything else to it? Continue reading THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS, or: Dying Pretty
I hate beating up on people. Having said that, here are the worst films of 2014. Continue reading Good Riddance! The Worst Films of 2014
Part 4 of a four-part series! In this final installment, we look at non-traditional Christmas films from the 1990s to the present. Get ready for sex, drugs, rock n roll and other holiday favorites. Continue reading Jingle Bell Schlock!: Non-Traditional Christmas Films You May Have Missed (Part 4 of 4)
Check out my article for TV Store Online! The subject: Five Great Films I Discovered in 2014! Continue reading 5 Amazing Film Discoveries – 2014 Edition
Here we go again. Every year or two, a few people contract a legitimately scary and horrible sickness and suddenly the media puts the entire country on high alert. In just the last few years, we’ve had SARS, avian bird … Continue reading EBOLA SYNDROME (31 Days of Horror)
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