Only the Lonely (1991)

What happened when that fiery Irish gal Maureen O’Hara came out of a 20 year retirement to play John Candy’s overbearing mother with her fiery red hair now turned to […]

Steel Dawn (1987)

This Lance Hool directed feature takes the classic theme of Alan Ladd’s Shane and crosses it with the post apocalyptic world of Mel Gibson’s Mad Max. Taking the lead role […]

The Purple Gang (1959)

Serving as both the narrator and lead investigator in out story, Barry Sullivan takes top billing for this prohibition tale of the notorious Purple Gang that terrorized Detroit back when […]

Lawman (1971)

Looking for a 1970’s western with a superior cast? Look no further than this Michael Winner directed effort that includes a Jerry Fielding score with dialogue that flows like cowboy […]

War of the Wildcats (1943)

aka In Old Oklahoma From a marketing perspective it’s awfully easy to see why this has become better known as War of the Wildcats. I mean seriously, if I’m to […]

Cover Up (1949)

When Dennis O’Keefe arrives by train over the Christmas season in Junction City, little does he know that a mystery is going to run deep in the community. While in […]

The X From Outer Space (1967)

Taking a cue from the Godzilla series at Toho and featuring the well worn idea of bringing “something” back from outer space is this Japanese feature from director Kazui Nihonmatsu […]

February 2019 In Review

The Oscars came, the Oscars went and as usual they had very little bearing on my viewing choices for the month. As a matter of fact this time around they […]

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. […]