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I, The Jury (1982)

This version of the Mickey Spillane/Mike Hammer story is about the most perfect example of  what the VHS age was […]

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Virtue (1932)

From Harry Cohn’s Columbia studios comes this fine example of the Hollywood pre-code era when studios would put more risqué topics […]

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Blow Out (1981)

The word stylish rules the day when viewing this Brian De Palma film featuring John Travolta in the leading role […]

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Frontier Marshal (1939)

This 20th Century Fox production can make for a great example when film buffs are looking for a movie where […]

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Too Hot to Handle (1960)

Film history can play funny or perhaps even cruel tricks on stars from the past. I’ll grant you that Jayne […]

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Julie (1956)

This black and white feature film from director Andrew L. Stone and producer Martin Melcher represents a major departure in […]

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Family Business (1989)

After going nearly 28 years between viewings, I came away from this Sidney Lumet film feeling a little better than I […]

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Humphrey Bogart (Joseph), Peter Ustinov (Jules) and Aldo Ray (Albert) are three prisoners who escape. They want to rob a store by pretending to be fixing the roof of a merchant. Now they can take insight into the private life of the  family.

Angels Among Us

With the impact of It’s A Wonderful Life in our home growing up, it’s hard not to wonder as a […]

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Wake of the Red Witch (1948)

This film produced during John Wayne’s tenure with Republic Studios not only offers one of the better non western adventures […]

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Posse (1975)

The iconic film star, Kirk Douglas, only directed two movies in his lengthy career, the first was a misfire titled Scalawag […]

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The Black Room (1935)

Prophecies and Boris Karloff intertwine as we celebrate actors playing dual roles thanks to the blogathon brought forth by Christina […]

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Posse (1975)

The iconic film star, Kirk Douglas, only directed two movies in his lengthy career, the first was a misfire titled Scalawag […]

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Film Books We Rely On

Making her debut on camera for a live take, I am joined by Kristina Dijan who operates the wonderful and […]

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October 2016 In Review

October means horror films to me and I am sure I am not alone with that opinion. That doesn’t mean […]

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August 2016 in Review.

While I’m still keeping up with movies and trying to see both old and more recent titles, holidays crept in […]

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I, The Jury (1982)

This version of the Mickey Spillane/Mike Hammer story is about the most perfect example of  what the VHS age was […]

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Blow Out (1981)

The word stylish rules the day when viewing this Brian De Palma film featuring John Travolta in the leading role […]

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Celebrating Kirk Douglas

It’s almost here…… December 9th 2016 when Issur Danielovitch Demsky will cut the cake on his 100th birthday. The world of […]

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Virtue (1932)

From Harry Cohn’s Columbia studios comes this fine example of the Hollywood pre-code era when studios would put more risqué topics […]

blow_out_still_original

Blow Out (1981)

The word stylish rules the day when viewing this Brian De Palma film featuring John Travolta in the leading role […]

20161206_194050

Posse (1975)

The iconic film star, Kirk Douglas, only directed two movies in his lengthy career, the first was a misfire titled Scalawag […]

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The Final Countdown (1980)

Like many others I suppose, I’ve always enjoyed a good time travel story and this feature starring Kirk Douglas offers […]

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