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Movies Can Make for a Good Read

Maybe even a great one! Is the book better than the movie? Did the movie do the book and the author’s vision justice? Damned if I know but here are […]

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 […]

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 […]

Absolution (1978)

Having portrayed a man of the cloth in films like The Night of the Iguana and The Exorcist II, Richard Burton finds himself right at home as another tortured figure […]

Educating Rita (1983)

When an on line celebration of Michael Caine films for his 85th birthday on March 14th, 2018 was put forth, it gave me the opportunity to go though my library […]

The Marseille Contract (1974)

aka The Destructors  Long time director Robert Parrish joins forces with a trio of name actors that for me is just too hard to resist. Gentlemen by the names of […]

Zulu (1964)

Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ………. Day 10 I should think that this is the most widely known Stanley Baker film and one I hope he was proud of […]

The Return of “The Novel Idea”

Ok. You might have figured it out by now but when I’m out hunting for VHS tapes, DVD’s and other odd bits of movie paraphernalia, I like to snap pics […]

Get Carter (1971) and Get Carter (2000)

Is Michael Caine’s version of Get Carter taken from the Ted Lewis novel a British classic of the gangster genre? I’m not much for labelling but I will say it gets […]

The Magus (1968)

Anytime I have come across a written sentence or two about this film adapted for the screen by the novel’s author John Fowles, I’ve usually found the word boring, meandering […]

Zulu Dawn (1979)

This sprawling battle field epic tells the story of the 1879 Battle of Isandhlwana, pitting the forces of Britain against the Zulu nation. Director Douglas Hickox does a wonderful job […]

Victory (1981)

Legendary director John Huston has been associated with many of Hollywood’s greatest icons. Bogie being the most prevalent. Connery, Duke, Mitchum. Gable and Monroe’s final film. So for those not […]

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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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by John Bengtson "the great detective of silent film locations" New York Times

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Uncovering the silent era

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The annex to John Grant's *A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir*

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You're ten seconds from watching an amazing film...

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...a classic film and TV blog

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. . where the worlds of film noir and pre-code collide . .

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Enjoying mystery, crime and suspense in all media

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Home for classic movie lovers

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classic movie views for the classic and not-so-classic movie fan

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