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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 […]

Johnny Guitar (1954)

I hadn’t actually seen this Nicholas Ray western since I was first discovering films as a kid and my tuning in to see it on a late show was mainly […]

Forgotten Action Titles For the VHS Fan

Every generation has their very own outlet for lower tier flicks aimed at the fans who love to wallow in less than stellar “A” list productions. MGM and the other […]

Sunday In the Country (1974)

Having located a copy of this film on DVD under the secondary title it’s known as, Vengeance Is Mine, has allowed me to see a flick I recall would play […]

Angels Among Us

With the impact of It’s A Wonderful Life in our home growing up, it’s hard not to wonder as a child if I too had my very own Clarence looking […]

The Badlanders (1958)

This article on The Badlanders was published in The Dark Pages celebration on the film The Asphalt Jungle. Read on to find out……. In 1941 Humphrey Bogart starred as gangster […]

Ice Station Zebra (1968)

Cue the words “fathoms” “sonar” and “attention all hands.” If you guessed we’re in for a submarine journey, you guessed right. Once again John Sturges (The Great Escape) directs a […]

Ravagers (1979)

While Mr. Leonard Maltin may rate this one as a Bomb in his movie guide for those that care to look, he has a line in his mini review that […]

Wrapping Up My Second Year On Line

“Made it Ma. Top of the world.” Two straight years on line with at least one posting per day. Getting something on here has become part of my daily routine […]

The 27th Day (1957)

Could it be possible for mankind to find peace with an alien race while at the same time extinguish the evils of communistic Russia? Gene Barry and Valerie French are […]

Jubal (1956)

In the decade of the 1950’s the western was at it’s peak in popularity between movies released theatrically and the overwhelming amount of shows being made for television like Gunsmoke […]

The Wild Bunch (1969)

If someone asks me if I’d like to partake in a glass of fine wine aged to perfection, I’ll pass as I would much rather watch Sam Peckinpah’s stunning end […]

A Bullet For Sandoval (1969)

Joining the exodus to Italy along with Eastwood and company is Ernest Borgnine for this typically violent tale done spaghetti style. Western regular George Hilton rides trail in the lead role. […]

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