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Counterpoint (1968)

Far from the blood and guts battles we are accustomed to seeing in big screen depictions built around WW2 with tanks, infantrymen, fighter jets and secret missions, this Ralph Nelson […]

Midway (1976)

This Walter Mirisch production represents a style of movie making we’re not likely to ever see again. Not only is it a star studded effort done in a documentary style […]

The Undying Monster (1942)

It should come as no surprise to anyone that this 63 minute “B” thriller is a superior film thanks to an abundance of talent both in front of and behind […]

Hong Kong (1952)

According to our leading man Ronald Reagan’s voice over at the start of this Lewis R. Foster directed production, Hong Kong is “Where everybody’s running away from something. Including me.” […]

100 Rifles (1969)

In the latter half of the 1960’s, western genre filmmakers had a definite love affair with the revolutionary era of Mexico. Big scale productions like The Professionals, Villa Rides, The […]

Too Many Movie Posters? ….. Never!

Just as I’m making some sort of headway in cataloging my poster collection along comes another bundle that just might conceal a rare gem in my eyes. I say that […]

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 […]

Fielding a Championship Team

Like any sport there’s always a movie out there from the past or even one in current production built around it because sports movies offer up plenty of drama and […]

Treasure Island (1934)

Written by Robert Louis Stevenson and published in 1883, this MGM spectacle from director Victor Fleming found it’s way into movie houses forty years after the writers passing at the […]

Proud Men (1987)

This network television movie represents one of the very few Charlton Heston movies I had yet to see until now after finally unwrapping a DVD release of the film I’d had […]

The Man Called Noon (1973)

Here’s a western that in my opinion tries it’s best to imitate the style and feel of a spaghetti western and kind of succeeds despite the cast and director. None of them being […]

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 […]

Woman Obsessed (1959)

Capitalizing on the Oscars handed out for the 1958 season, the trailer for Woman Obsessed begins with the acceptance speech delivered by Susan Hayward for her award winning role in […]

Hell Boats (1970)

Having seen the other film James Franciscus had in theaters during the 1970 season I figured it was time to catch up with his only other big screen appearance that […]

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