Buckskin (1968)

“Boy if you don’t want a mouthful of boot keep your mouth shut.” That’s a hell of a line delivered by lawman Barry Sullivan in this slightly better than average […]

A Pair of George Kennedy Telefilms

I settled on spotlighting Oscar winner George Kennedy when Maddy, who I must say loves her classic movies announced a blogathon celebrating the small screen. Kennedy has always been one […]

Cabo Blanco (1980)

I like to refer to this movie as “the lost Charles Bronson film.” The first reason I can come up with is that wayyyy back when I was a kid […]

Pit Stop (1969)

When producer Roger Corman asked director Jack Hill to throw a race car flick together, we’re the real winners riding shotgun with Brando like Richard Davalos, the unpredictable Sid Haig […]

Mr. Music (1950)

Who better than Bing Crosby to play the lead role in a film titled Mr. Music circa 1950? It’s a familiar tale in this black and white feature from Bing’s […]

The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (1973)

Having seen images of this film in horror books and magazines like Famous Monsters years ago while growing up I’m kind of surprised it’s taken me this long to finally […]

Mother Lode (1982)

Thanks to a couple of movie crazed bloggers living in Canada, Kristina of Speakeasy and Ruth of Silver Screenings, there exists the O’Canada Blogathon which celebrates all sorts of film related topics that […]

Diabolically Yours (1967)

“It’s a dream. It just doesn’t make sense.” When Alain Delon awakes from a coma after a life threatening car crash, he’s told his name is George. He has a […]

Cattle King (1963)

It’s a western tale of three Roberts in this Tay Garnett directed programmer under the MGM banner. First up is one of the studio’s greatest stars from the 30’s thru […]

Stick (1985)

Burt Reynolds meets Elmore Leonard adds up to mixed results in this action oriented flick that saw Burt once again do double duty taking up the directing chores as well. Not surprisingly […]

Now Playing ….. April 25th 1978

Thankfully a Toronto Sun loomed in the distance at a recent hunt though a barn converted into an antique shop. Not sure if it was a hot commodity for collectors […]

Hornet’s Nest (1970)

Two years before John Wayne took a bunch of schoolboys on as cowhands in The Cowboys, Rock Hudson turned up in this WW2 adventure that found him adopting a ragtag […]

The Doberman Gang (1972)

It’s an unlikely heist flick that serves as Brando’s Pick of the Month with little in the way of star power but plenty of four legged thieves and gnashing teeth. When a […]