Ministry of Vengeance (1989)

Here’s another remnant left to us action fans from the VHS era starring a former TV heartthrob and a parcel of well known faces who were still working and looking […]

Operation : Daybreak (1975)

This WW2 tale of espionage and the underground resistance from director Lewis Gilbert plays it straight as opposed to the three 007 adventures he helmed including You Only Live Twice. […]

Target Zero (1955)

Though this Harmon Jones directed “B” picture may be a cliched tale of foot soldiers caught behind enemy lines led by top billed Richard Conte during the Korean conflict, it […]

Monster Movies on 8 MM

I can’t speak for you but I’ve wanted to collect movies since I was a kid. Here I am as an adult with over 12000 titles in my movie room […]

Hawk the Slayer (1980)

When given the opportunity to spotlight a film “that’s so bad it’s good” as part of a blogathon kindly put together by Rebecca of Taking Up Room, I immediately thought […]

The Death Kiss (1932)

I have a pretty firm belief that if we could change the course of movie history then a 1932 production titled The Death Kiss starring David Manners, Edward Van Sloan […]

Legend of the Werewolf (1975)

In this very Hammer like release via Tyburn Film Productions, Peter Cushing stars as an intrepid police surgeon attempting to solve a series of gruesome murders in 19th century Paris. […]

The Mini-Skirt Mob (1968)

I really don’t give a damn what anyone else thinks. I’d rather watch this revenge minded biker flick than Easy Rider most any day of the week. There I’ve said […]

You’ll Like My Mother (1972)

The first question I have to ask myself isn’t whether or not I’ll like Mother but how in the heck have I missed this tightly knit thriller my entire movie […]

Timbuktu (1959)

With a smile that’s bigger than life and the he-man brawn to match, Victor Mature flexes his heroic tendencies opposite sexy Yvonne De Carlo for a director who has steadily […]

War Drums (1957)

As much as I love the western, this Reginald Le Borg effort could easily have been adapted by the Zucker Brothers into a smash comedy hit instead of Zero Hour, […]

No Escape (1994)

Directed by Martin Campbell, this futuristic prison flick comes at you as a big scale entertainment that is a cross between a jungle warfare movie, PapillonĀ and Escape From New York. […]

Soldier of Fortune (1955)

For the second time in as many years, the fiery Susan Hayward is off to find a husband who has gone missing in a strange land. In 1954 she hired […]

Francis The Talking Mule (1949)

Brando’s Pick of the Month This Universal International production from house director Arthur Lubin launched the unlikely comedy of duo of Donald O’Connor and a Mule who just happened to […]

Fielding a Championship Team

Like any sport there’s always a movie out there from the past or even one in current production built around it because sports movies offer up plenty of drama and […]