The Skull (1965)

Any film that lists the contributions of actors Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, writer Robert Bloch and director Freddie Francis in the credits becomes required viewing in my world resulting […]

Espionage Agent (1939)

I’ve always suspected that if someone began attending movie theaters in the late 1940’s on into the fifties, there’s a good chance they’d have no idea that western favorite Joel […]

The Animals (1970) aka Five Savage Men

Prior to Hannie Caulder and Chato’s Land, both released in 1972, there was this tale of a woman seeking vengeance against her attackers starring Michele Carey. She’s hell bent on […]

The February 2021 Round-Up

For the first time in well over a year I felt like I slowed down in my movie watching routine when looking back over the month that has now past. […]

The Sleeping City (1950)

Alternating between good guys and hoods in the world of Noir, Richard Conte, plays it tough as a cop this time going undercover to find a killer in the medical […]

Box Office Details ….. Circa 1974

When I refer to Box Office details, I’m referring to the trade magazine that was issued behind the scenes for theater owners and rental companies. Always on the look out […]

Street People (1976)

“One is polished, polite and persuasive. The other is cool, capable and crazy. They both have a way with women.” It’s Roger Moore and Stacy Keach according to the trailer […]

The Night Walker (1964)

While I’d agree that this William Castle thriller is but a footnote in film history to the average movie goer or fans of Castle’s work, I would suggest it offers […]

Night of the Cobra Woman (1972)

In all of forty-five seconds I deduced that this Roger Corman production was made in the Philippines. And how did I figure that out so fast you ask? Simple, the […]

Queen Bee (1955)

A southern mansion and a 1950’s version of Joan Crawford. Just what I need on occasion to get my melodramatic fix. Miss Joan takes center stage in a role as […]