Category Archive: Discussion

This year’s Halloween movie-o-rama!

Holy cow, I can’t believe I’m getting geared  up for the October movie-fest already, it’s too early, isn’t it?  I say no.  No, it’s not too early lol.  What’s between now and October?… Continue reading

Day of the Dead (1985) in Pictures

This is a retrospective analysis of Romero’s Day of the Dead in pictures.  This is a movie I like a lot, even though it’s way over-the-top and campy in places.  I think it… Continue reading

I got my It Follows on DVD !

I don’t know about you, but I got my copy of It Follows (2014) today and watched it all over again, listening to the amazing commentary.  The commentary is by Scott Weinberg from… Continue reading

X-Files Jan 24th Episode Title and Plot Details Revealed

As a big fan of The X-Files, I have been following the series revival for some time and have found a lot of interesting information.  I have never reviewed The X-Files episodes on this… Continue reading

The Lost Ending to The Shining discovered

I was just reading about the lost ending to The Shining on and it makes as much sense as the rest of the movie.  This lost epilogue was reportedly excised by Stanley… Continue reading

Orson Welles’ Memoir is Discovered at U of M

Researchers at the University of Michigan were lucky enough to unearth Orson Welles’ unpublished memoir, which is said to be over 1,000 pages in length.  The head researcher Phillip Hallman was interviewed by… Continue reading

Before It Follows took over, there was The Ring (2002)

The Ring (2002) was a well-received movie when it first came out, and it was a cult hit because I don’t think anyone was expecting it to be good.  It has some of the… Continue reading

Happy Birthday to Orson Welles! is celebrating Orson Welles’ 100th birthday by claiming that Citizen Kane is the best written movie ever in the history of movies and the history of history.  WHAT?  Okay, don’t get me… Continue reading

Top 10 Quotable Movie Quotes to Quote

There are hundreds of movie quotes you hear all the time, but there’s only a few that are so memorable that they make the movie.  Can you believe that?  A few simple lines… Continue reading

The Marvel Universe uses a lot of MacGuffins

A MacGuffin is a plot device everyone is after, and there’s plenty of those in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  Half the movies Marvel has done are based around MacGuffins, especially the whole first cinematic… Continue reading

Native Americans quit Adam Sandler’s movie

Although I don’t usually cover movie news, this topic seems important enough to mention in a larger discussion about the progression of different cultures on screen.  Adam Sandler’s movie, The Ridiculous Six, began… Continue reading

Batman v Superman funny trailer review

I don’t know if this trailer review is funny or just spot on, but it sure makes you think.  It makes me think about how Zach Snyder is treating the character of Superman,… Continue reading

Great Debate: Is Alien 3 that bad?

Years later, I look back on Alien 3 with a lot more respect than I used to.  It was panned all over the place when it first got released and nowadays, a LOT… Continue reading

Ballad of the PorchDick

Corell Brill is a good sport about his character Pete on The Walking Dead and wrote this musical ballad to make light of what Chris Hardwick said about him on The Talking Dead.… Continue reading

Why can’t anyone find and see this friggin movie?

I wanted to see this new movie called It Follows (2015), which is much-hyped and blah blah, but I couldn’t find it anywhere.  And when I actually did find it, I couldn’t buy… Continue reading

  • Follow Falcon at the Movies on
  • Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

  • Advertisements