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Games (1967)

Sometimes a game can go too far and with Curtis Harrington in the director’s chair this thriller goes over the edge. Games tells the story of a young couple played by James […]

The Gambler (1974)

With James Caan having just solidified his association with the gangster film via The Godfather as Sonny Corleone, he’s well suited to his role here as the gambler in over […]

A Bridge Too Far (1977)

Here’s a star studded war film from director Richard Attenborough that I can vaguely recall being released to theaters when I was still in grade school. Commercials on television promised […]

The Killer Elite (1975)

Espionage and San Francisco replace hardened outlaws and Mexico for this Sam Peckinpah effort that once again sees the director assemble a first rate cast for more slow motion blood […]

A Novel Idea…. The Next Chapter.

Never judge a movie by it’s book cover. In my never ending search for movie memorabilia I frequently hit book shops and thrift stores and inevitably find myself looking at […]

Now Playing October 30th, 1971

Flashback time once again thanks to getting my hands on a Toronto newspaper that featured plenty of viewing choices for the movie going crowds. Everything from rereleases to the newest […]

Young Billy Young (1969)

This proves to be a peculiar western for a variety of reasons that casts a major western star in a by the numbers “B” effort that has a hard time […]

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 […]

Philip Marlowe at the TCM Fest 2016.

Just before Elliott Gould takes to the stage to introduce his gumshoe role of Marlowe in Robert Altman’s The Long Goodbye, the festival will have just run the Bogart/Bacall/Hawks version […]

Freebie and the Bean (1974)

For this loud cop film in the buddy buddy genre we are treated to the off beat pairing of James Caan and Alan Arkin. Richard Rush of The Stunt Man […]

Revisiting The Godfather (1972)

It’s been about 10 years since I sat back and watched this landmark title. My teenage son hadn’t seen it yet and has slowly been catching up on the classics. […]

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Methodically replaying every game of the 1978 baseball season!

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Looking Deeper at The Best Classic Movies

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