Three Days of the Condor (1975) … Remembered

Three Days of the Condor (1975) is another political thriller starring the guy who is in all political thrillers, Robert Redford. If it has shady government practices and criminal political dealings, then Redford is… Continue reading

Harrison Ford Reveals Star Wars Secrets?

Harrison Ford was paid to reveal Star Wars secrets and here’s what he said:   Curtesy of Reddit

The Day of the Jackal (1973) … Remembered

  I continue my inadvertent political thriller week with another well-made movie, The Day of the Jackal (1973). Once again, I was told this movie is the best of the bunch and the suspense… Continue reading

All the President’s Men (1976) … Remembered

I watched All the President’s Men (1976) starring Robert Redford to find out if this movie was the greatest political thriller of all time like people say it is. This movie has won all… Continue reading

Marathon Man (1976) starring Dustin Hoffman … Remembered

I was looking for a thriller and Marathon Man (1976) fits the bill.  It has a cast of well-known legends and a great script.  It stars Dustin Hoffman and Lawrence Olivier, who are… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … Son of Frankenstein (1939)

Basil Rathbone joins the cast of Son of Frankenstein (1939) for some reason and this movie again makes me wonder why these sequels were so popular.  Universal made three sequels to the original Frankenstein… Continue reading

The Avengers Review with Joss Whedon

Although a young genre, superhero movies are a mixed bag, but The Avengers is one of those movies that is genre defining.  There is so much to like about this movie that it almost… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

In the sequel to the original Frankenstein from Universal, The Bride of Frankenstein creates one of the most famous females in cinema history.  Boris Karloff plays the Monster, as in the 1931 classic,… Continue reading

Review of Captain America: The Winter Soldier Exclusive Screening

  Captain America: The Winter Soldier is everything the original Captain America is not; so smart and so savvy that Time Magazine called it a sharp, political fable.  I myself am not sure… Continue reading

Great Debate #3: Does Captain America: The First Avenger Suck?

With The Winter Soldier right around the corner, I take a look back at Captain America: The First Avenger and ask myself if this movie really does suck-ass.  When seeing this movie, I… Continue reading

Walking Dead Season 4 Horrifically Bloody Finale – “A”

  Quick, get your bucket of blood because it’s time for The Walking Dead.  This episode has action, drama, and cliffhangers galore.  There are some flashbacks that give insight into the group’s growth… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … The Invisible Man (1933)

Based on the HG Wells novel, The Invisible Man from 1933 was such a remarkable and memorable film that it has ingrained itself into our cultural lexicon and spawned dozens of remakes and… Continue reading

The Walking Dead 4.15 – Us Review

What a great opener this episode has, but it teases us with reconciliation and survival.  I knew it might snatch it away, but it delivers instead.  Glenn smiling just adds a bit of… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)

This movie has no reputation whatsoever, except that it is based on one of the most famous gothic short stories ever written.  It is a very old film and done in black-and-white, but… Continue reading

The Pink Panther (1963) … Remembered

The Pink Panther (1963) could be the greatest physical comedy film ever produced.  I loved this film and some its successors when I was a small kid, impressed by a bumbling guy who… Continue reading