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Singing With the Stars

Each and every time I wander through an antique store or mall looking for original movie posters and lobby cards I’m always reminded of one certainty. Very rarely do I […]

The Uncanny (1977)

Coming nearer the end of Peter Cushing’s career is one of Milton Subotsky’s final anthology horror films, The Uncanny. This Canadian made production filmed partly in Montreal has been fairly well panned over the years. […]

The Uninvited (1944)

While I normally associate the name of Oscar winning writer Charles Brackett with the career of Billy Wilder, this time out Brackett serves as an associate producer on The Uninvited. An absolute […]

Now Playing February 15th, 1952

Looking through this newspaper once again has me wishing time travel was possible. Not only to see the amazing collection of films playing in Toronto theaters but to con my […]

The Long Shadow of JAWS in Movie Posters

When Steven Spielberg unleashed the terror of Peter Benchley’s novel upon innocent movie goers in the summer of 1975, it opened up a whole sub genre in horror of animals […]

The Swiss Conspiracy (1976)

Fifties favorite of the sci-fi genre, Jack Arnold directs an above par cast for this so-so effort with some nice scenery thrown into the background of ….. you guessed it, […]

The Premature Burial (1962)

Of the Roger Corman/Edgar Allan Poe cycle of the early sixties, The Premature Burial is the only film not to have Vincent Price as it’s leading man. Stepping in to […]

Variety Girl (1947)

If you love playing spot the “star” when watching a classic feature this Paramount entry should do just the trick as it features a huge roster of faces from their […]

Ray Milland : Wide-Eyed In Babylon

Ray published his autobiography back in 1974 and having recently come across a hardcopy edition I thought it about time I give it a go. Like many film fans I […]

The Thing With Two Heads (1972)

For the uninitiated there really is a film called The Thing With Two Heads. Secondly it actually stars previous Oscar winner Ray Milland in what I like to refer to as […]

Company of Killers (1971)

It would seem that this was a made for tv film that received a theatrical release after all. Somewhat like Don Siegel’s remake of The Killers from 1964 which starred […]

Easy Living (1937)

When it comes to the screwball comedy, two names should always appear near the top of any list of important contributors. Writer/director Preston Sturges and actress Jean Arthur. For this […]

The Doctor Takes a Wife (1940)

Columbia studios takes another shot at the screwball comedy here with a tip of the hat towards a battle of the sexes script featuring stars of the day Loretta Young […]

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