Prime Cut (1972)

Lee Marvin as a mob enforcer is really all one needs to know when sitting in on this violent gangland tale but wait, you get Gene Hackman thrown in the […]

September 2018 In Review

As most of you who drop in regularly already know, I’m way behind in keeping up with modern movie fare and shows that run on Netflix that I hear are […]

Blindfold (1966)

With Cary Grant retiring, Rock Hudson steps into this very Grant like role that sees the popular leading man tangling with spies, generals and best of all, Claudia Cardinale. In […]

The Rebel Rousers (1967)

Rebel Rousers presents a time capsule to the days when three young actors were on the rise to cult status, one of whom would become an icon of the industry, […]

The Accursed! (1957)

England’s Donald Wolfit takes charge here in this military murder mystery in a role I would have thought Jack Hawkins or John Mills would have been cast knocking Wolfit into […]

Open Season (1974)

This film from director Peter Collinson almost serves as a precursor to the realities the horror genre would unleash in the years to come when the real monsters are those around us […]

Manila Calling (1942)

Looking back to the release date of this Sol Wurtzel production, it’s easy to understand the racism involved with WW2 underway. Does that excuse it when looking at it over […]

Pony Express (1953)

Bigger than life movie hero of the times, Charlton Heston, takes on the bigger than life frontier hero of history, Buffalo Bill Cody, in this color feature from Paramount that […]

A Study In Terror (1965)

With the absence of a follow up to the Peter Cushing – Hammer Film, The Hound of the Baskervilles, producer Herman Cohen turned out this very Hammer like entry in […]

Adventures of Captain Fabian (1951)

Once again Errol Flynn stars in another film utilizing the Adventure tag in the title harkening back to the days of Robin Hood and Don Juan when he was still […]

The Slams (1973)

Ex-member of The Dirty Dozen and foot ball hall of famer, Jim Brown had a good run of flicks once the 1970’s came along turning the word blaxploitation into a […]

Now Playing August 17th, 1977

Under the circumstances of Burt Reynold’s passing, the time seems appropriate for joining me in a look back to the week that was when Burt was KING at the box […]

Woman Hater (1948)

Long before he directed the first James Bond film Dr. No in 1962, Terence Young, turned out this British entry in the screwball comedy genre and it’s a thoroughly enjoyable […]