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The Haunted Palace (1963)

Roger Corman and AIP once again treat us to a Vincent Price graveyard fest that while being hailed as another of the Edgar Allan Poe entries is in truth an adaptation of […]

The Deadly Bees (1966)

Known more for their anthology films like Vault of Horror and The House That Dripped Blood, Amicus Films produced this feature length terror directed by genre stalwart, Freddie Francis. At […]

Visit to a Small Planet (1960)

Long before producer Gary Marshall put Robin Williams squarely in front of television audiences as that alien from another planet paying us a visit in a weekly sitcom, comedic legend […]

Have You Seen One of These Lately?

Look around you the next time you happen to go to an antique or flea market. Tiny shops that might have some old advertising signs or framed pictures. Doesn’t mean […]

Now Playing 1963 / 1965 London, Ontario

A couple of vintage newspapers revealed some interesting combinations at the local theaters here in London, Ontario, Canada. Plenty of viewing choices to pick from and not a superhero in […]

Follow That Dream (1962)

Take a dash of Max Baer’s Jethro from The Beverly Hillbillies, a healthy dose of Percy Kilbride’s Pa Kettle teamed with Howard McNear’s Floyd the Barber wrapped around a simple feel good […]

Viva Knievel! (1977)

The influence of Evel Knievel was quite astounding when your a little guy in the mid to late seventies. No I never had the wind up Evel toy and his […]

Flaming Star (1960)

What happens when you surround Elvis Presley with a first rate cast, a top screenwriter and a highly talented director? For my money we get his best film even though […]

Spider Baby (1964)

Who would have ever thought that like Bing Crosby, Elvis Presley or Frank Sinatra, the name of Lon Chaney Jr. would be added to those actors who have sang the […]

Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938)

For the fourth on screen adventure of Andy Hardy and his family, Mickey Rooney in the title role finds himself in hot water with a trio of “dizzy dames.” The […]

The Violent Men (1955)

This classy western from Columbia Pictures featured a top cast of well known names directed by the sure hand of Rudolph Mate’. Glenn Ford peaking in popularity poles takes the […]

A Don Siegel Film : The Movie Posters

Beginning my journey into film studies in the late seventies and early eighties, I began to notice some familiar names on the final screen credit before a movie really got underway. […]

Do Not Disturb (1965)

Having firmly planted herself in the bedroom farce genre, Doris Day tackles Paris, England and Rod Taylor this time time out. It’s a tale of Doris and Rod as a […]

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