Girl Slaves of Morgana Le Fay (1971)

aka … Morgane et ses nymphes. From director Bruno Gantillon comes a vampire like tale that appears to borrow heavily from the first third of Bram Stoker’s classic novel of […]

Firefox (1982)

We’re back. Yes the Four Horseman of the Video Store Apocalypse, better known to our followers as the Video Store Action Heroes are taking on the popular topic of Planes, […]

Dark Places (1974)

Here’s one I believe to be a forgotten thriller among the many titles in the Christopher Lee catalogue. As a matter of fact to the best of my knowledge it’s […]

Mausoleum (1983)

I guess it was inevitable that the word Mausoleum would be used for the title of a horror movie and while it is a genre offering for the fans, others […]

The Ghost Breakers (1940)

While the horror movie in general is meant to bring thrills and chills there is still one ingredient that is always a welcome addition to the genre when done right. […]

The House of the Seven Hawks (1959)

Once again teaming with director Richard Thorpe, long time MGM contract star, Robert Taylor, scores a movie role that plays like a five to ten year old discarded script meant […]

Uninvited (1988)

If you’re at all familiar with the directing career of Greydon Clark then you should have a good handle on just what to expect in this thriller starring a trio […]

Contract on Cherry Street (1977)

Following the release of the less than memorable, Dirty Dingus Magee, in 1970, Frank Sinatra, retired from the big screen and wouldn’t return until the release of the cop thriller, […]

September 2019 In Review

Canada’s beloved Blue Jays wrapped up their season as September wound down and with that I guess I’ll watch the world series and move on to what is known in […]

The Golden Salamander (1950)

“Not by ignoring evil does one overcome it, but by going to meet it.” Director Ronald Neame also had a hand in the screenplay of this nifty Noir thriller starring […]

One Touch of Venus (1948)

What’s a man to do when a statue looks just like Ava Gardner? Well, where Robert Walker is concerned, you do some daydreaming, kiss it and hope for the best. […]

The Phantom of the Opera (1962)

Following the revival of Universal Studios’ Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy and the Wolfman, Hammer Studios, turned to Gaston Leroux’s Phantom Of the Opera, originally published in serial form between 1909 […]

Outpost in Morocco (1949)

I couldn’t help but wonder while watching this French Foreign Legion tale from director Robert Florey if there were ever any actual Frenchman in the ranks of the Legion. The […]

Fort Massacre (1958)

Continuing his long run of westerns, Joel McCrea, heads a roster of well known faces in this sturdy effort from director Joseph M. Newman. One that sees McCrea playing against […]

Circus World (1964)

This Henry Hathaway directed feature for big budget specialist, Samuel Bronston, is surely the rarest of all John Wayne films made from 1960 onward till his final role as The […]