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Thrill of a Romance (1945)

During the glory years of MGM they boasted more stars then there are in the heavens and numbered Van Johnson and Esther Williams among them. In this technicolor outing from […]

The Graveyard (1974)

aka …. Persecution … aka The Terror of Sheba Let me start off by stating in no uncertain terms that if you’re a lover of classic films and to be […]

Brannigan (1975)

“The Duke’s in London. God save the Queen!” This was the second of two mid 70’s flicks that put John Wayne into modern day shoot’em ups. The first being McQ […]

The Ice Follies of 1939

Yes this movie really does exist and yes it stars classic film favorites Joan Crawford and James (or Jimmy as I prefer) Stewart. With a zippy score to start the […]

Guilty By Suspicion (1991)

Looking for a rare Robert De Niro – Martin Scorsese movie? This just might be the one that has passed you by. Still there’s a catch to that statement. In […]

… All The Marbles (1981)

For this edition of the Video Store Action Heroes that sees yours truly costarring right alongside The Cinema Monolith, The Wolfman’s Cult Film Club and Destroy All Fanboys the topic […]

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 […]

This Woman Is Dangerous (1952)

Deep within this tale of screen icon Joan Crawford getting her sight back thanks to the efforts of Dr. Dennis Morgan there lurks a so-so Noir tale or what could have […]

Diabolically Yours (1967)

“It’s a dream. It just doesn’t make sense.” When Alain Delon awakes from a coma after a life threatening car crash, he’s told his name is George. He has a […]

Mom On the Movie Poster and More

For Mother’s Day it’s time to highlight the one who for most all of us is our first love. Is there a favorite on screen Mother that instantly comes to […]

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 […]

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