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Hell Is a City (1960)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies …….. Day 8 Easily one of the grittiest crime dramas of it’s era and one of the more enjoyable films of Baker’s career, I’d […]

Sea Fury (1958)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ……. Day 7 On one hand this adventurous sea faring tale left me with a sour taste in my mouth by the time I […]

Perfect Friday (1970)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies …… Day 6 It’s a very dapper looking Stanley Baker this time out in bowler and the customary umbrella hooked over his arm as […]

Checkpoint (1956)

Mike’s Take On Stanley Baker Films ….. Day 5 While he may be billed in third spot albeit above above the title, Stanley Baker is the motivating factor that keeps […]

Sands of the Kalahari (1965)

Mike’s Take On Stanley Baker Movies …. Day 4 The team who put together the 1963 winner Zulu once again joined forces for a slightly different story of man’s struggle […]

The Criminal (1960)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies … Day 3 The Career Criminal might have served as a better title as that’s just what Stanley Baker is in this black and […]

Robbery (1967)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ….. Part 2 Based on a true life incident, this Stanley Baker thriller was also one of those titles that he scored a producer […]

The Man Who Finally Died (1963)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies …… Part 1 Acquiring this Stanley Baker starring feature accomplished two points of interest for me personally. Not only had I not seen this […]

Al Lettieri versus The Icons Part 2

The two films I saw more frequently than any other growing up featuring Al Lettieri pitted him against two of the actors I’ve always numbered among my favorites. One the King […]

Al Lettieri versus The Icons Part 1

Is Al Lettieri a household name? Admittedly no. However if you know your gritty seventies gangland films then you’ll know the face and like me, might even consider yourself a […]

Rutger Hauer Heroics

From the Golden Age of the VHS Rental It seemed as if discovering Rutger Hauer flicks was a right of passage and a monthly ritual when it came time to visit the local […]

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it's all about the story, possums...

Wolfmans Cult Film Club

Cult, b-movies, cheesy fun films and classics new to me.

CINESPIRIA

Shining a light on the deep recesses of film history

cinema cities

a personal odyssey through film

Mark David Welsh

Watching the strangest movies - so you don't have to...

Scenes from the Morgue

The Lost Art of Pulp Ads: Film, Booze, Smokes & More!

Film Speech

All things film and television

Diary of A Movie Maniac

A Personal Journey Through Cinema & Television

portraitsbyjenni

My perspective on life & Classic Movie Recommendations

Statis Pro 1978 Replay

Methodically replaying every game of the 1978 baseball season!

4 Star Films

Looking deeper at the best classic movies

everythingnoir

Movies, Television, Books....Everything Noir

Chaplin-Keaton-Lloyd film locations (and more)

by John Bengtson "the great detective of silent film locations" New York Times

Sister Celluloid

Where old movies go to live

Silent-ology

Uncovering the silent era

Canadian Cinephile

"For me, cinema is a vice. I love it intimately." Fritz Lang

Noirish

The annex to John Grant's *A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir*

Cinema Monolith

Reviews of movies from my giant DVD tower, and more.

Sunset Boulevard

Writings of a Cinephile

The Bogie Film Blog

A Film by Film Affair with Humphrey Bogart

Vienna's Classic Hollywood

Vintage Hollywood films and stars

The Film Authority

You're ten seconds from watching an amazing film...

Once upon a screen...

...a classic film and TV blog

shadowsandsatin

. . where the worlds of film noir and pre-code collide . .

hitchcockmaster

Where Suspense Lives!

Tipping My Fedora

Enjoying mystery, crime and suspense in all media

Silver Screenings

an irreverent blog of old movies

monsterminions

They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To

Comet Over Hollywood

Home for classic movie lovers

filmgeek101

classic movie views for the classic and not-so-classic movie fan

Riding the High Country

Reviews and ramblings