Green Hell (1940)

Most films are worth checking out for one reason or another and this one is no different. For me I try to catch everything with Vincent Price at least once. […]

The Mob (1951)

Little did Columbia Pictures know that Broderick Crawford could and would be a viable leading man for them as the 1950’s approached. With his Oscar turn in All The King’s […]

Video Introduction

Yours truly fumbling my way through a video introduction. Remember I love watching films and do not claim to be an actor or director. 🙂

The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)

The mid to late 60’s found numerous spy spoofs being released to local cinema’s after the incredible success of the James Bond franchise. This time out Doris Day joins in […]

Green Fire (1954)

Made at the height of Stewart Granger’s box office clout he is teamed here with Grace Kelly just as she was hitting her stride. Filmed in Cinemascope with Stereophonic sound […]

Murder She Said… (1961)

I must confess to have never read an Agatha Christie Miss Marple mystery. Since that is the case I have no preconceived notions of what the character should look or […]

Sharky’s Machine (1981)

Burt Reynolds directed himself for the third time in this violent Eastwood styled cop thriller. At this time in his career Burt was just coming to the end of his […]

The Flight of the Phoenix (1965)

Robert Aldrich puts together a cast that would ultimately include a total of 5 Oscar winners in this desert saga from 20th Century Fox. Aside from a brief desert mirage […]

The Gun Runners (1958)

THAT HEMINGWAY KIND OF EXCITEMENT! That’s what the trailer promises and behind director Don Siegel  it does a pretty good job of delivering in this B film from United Artists. […]

Gumshoe (1971)

Columbia studios teamed with Albert Finney’s Memorial Enterprises to release this would be satire of Humphrey Bogart flicks. We have Sam Spade references, a Fat Man character, voice over narrations […]

Welcome Stranger (1947)

Crosby and Fitzgerald re-unite and this time out they aren’t men of the cloth.  After their Oscar winning turns in 1944’s Going My Way it seemed inevitable that they would […]

Trespass (1992)

Another fine action oriented flick from maverick director Walter Hill. Ice T and Ice Cube face off against William Sadler and Bill Paxton in an abandoned factory mixing a hunt […]

Love Is News

One of 5 films handsome Tyrone Power and classy Loretta Young joined forces to make in the late 30’s. This one is a 1937 comedy that comes in at a […]

Evelyn Prentice

This 1934 MGM release isn’t quite the light hearted happy go lucky film we are accustomed to seeing from the popular teaming of Myrna Loy and William Powell. No Asta […]

The Devil’s 8

This 1969 low budget effort from AIP written by John Milius stars the late Christopher George as an undercover agent leading a group of escaped cons into a moonshine war […]