World Without End (1956)

This Allied Artists release is a wonderful example of a thoroughly enjoyable low budget sci-fi adventure done right. It’s filmed in color with some wonderful sets on board a spaceship […]

Jerry Lewis Posters Keep Us Smiling

Upon hearing today of Jerry’s passing, I felt it appropriate to reach back and repost this earlier tribute I had done to spotlight the posters of Jerry Lewis movies. With […]

Gun For a Coward (1957)

This western tale from Universal International takes Fred MacMurray into cattle country where his on screen younger brother, Jeffrey Hunter struggles to man up and be the cowboy he and […]

The Valley Of Gwangi (1969)

Having had a long gestation period going back to King Kong creator Willis O’Brien, stop motion wizard Ray Harryhausen breathes life into this western tale of cowboys, a hidden valley […]

Now Playing August 4th, 1978

Once again my continuous hunting for movies and memorabilia has unearthed a newspaper during my recent summer vacation to western Canada. In an Edmonton antique mall I came across an […]

The Red House (1947)

Being a long time fan of Edward G. Robinson, this film has eluded me till now and that’s mainly because it had fallen into public domain and knowing that, I […]

Cry Wolf (1947)

This rather odd film comes by way of Warner Brothers that sees Errol Flynn playing against type opposite Barbara Stanwyck that given a tweak here and there could easily have […]

Unearthing a Forgotten Drive-In

Out for the clichéd Sunday Drive, I dragged my “better half” to a flea market in nearby London Ontario recently and came up with just one dusty VHS tape of […]

La Bambola di Satana (1969)

aka Satan’s Doll or The Doll of Satan if you prefer. Released by Twilight Time on blu ray, this was a new to me title that mixes giallo thrills against […]

Assassination (1987)

For the 16th and final time before succumbing to her lengthy, courageous battle with cancer, Jill Ireland once again played opposite her action hero/superstar husband, Charles Bronson in this Peter […]

July 2017 In Review

Considering a good portion of my month was divided between work, baseball and Stanley Baker films, as always I continued to squeeze in as many films as I could and […]

Hell Drivers (1957)

Saving my personal favorite for the wrap up of ….. Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ………… Day 12 Some movies have a way of staying with you and after […]

Violent Playground (1958)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ……….. Day 11 “Kids don’t walk no more. They roll.” It’s hard not to think of the 1955 Glenn Ford/Richard Brooks hit, Blackboard Jungle […]

Zulu (1964)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ………. Day 10 I should think that this is the most widely known Stanley Baker film and one I hope he was proud of […]

Accident (1967)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ……… Day 9 Dirk Bogarde takes the lead role in this Joseph Losey film that sees Stanley Baker joining the production in support for […]

Hell Is a City (1960)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies …….. Day 8 Easily one of the grittiest crime dramas of it’s era and one of the more enjoyable films of Baker’s career, I’d […]