The Mummy (1932) … Remembered

The story of The Mummy  has been the subject of film for many years, but the 1932 original remains a classic. Universal produced six installments of the horror film and Hammer Films produced… Continue reading

Where did Hammer Horror Come from?

Hammer Films was a British company founded back in the 30s and reinvented several times.  From what I’ve been able to read, they created some quirky films during the 30s and 40s, but… Continue reading

Who will die on the Walking Dead midseason finale?

It’s fun to predict who might die on the Walking Dead because I think there are definite clues!  The best part of the show is that they keep dialing up the threat and… Continue reading

The iconic Maltese Falcon Sells for a lot!

The Bonhams and TCM movie memorabilia auction happened today and there was a lot of action.  There were items from assorted movies across history, from the late 20’s to the 90’s.  The highlight… Continue reading

Walking Dead season 4 ep 7, Dead Weight

Someone is going to be Dead Weight in this episode and I bet five bucks that they would die.  There’s no room for dead weight, bro! I won five bucks. I wasn’t sure… Continue reading

Almost Human (ep 1) on FOX … Review

I was really surprised by Almost Human, the new sci-fi show on Fox starring Karl Urban.  Yes, the guy from the Star Trek reboot does sound a little like Bones, especially at his… Continue reading

Evil of Frankenstein (1964) Fails

This week on Svengoolie, we were treated to an infamous Hammer horror movie starring Peter Cushing called The Evil of Frankenstein (1964).  A good time was had by all Hammer, B-Movie lovers.  This… Continue reading

Which Dirty Harry Sequel is Best?

Dirty Harry (1971) is a classic movie, but it spawned four sequels, some standing out more than others.  I don’t believe there were supposed to be any sequels to begin with, as Harry… Continue reading

Clint Eastwood’s next big project to music?

It may be that Clint Eastwood is slowing down, but he sure is certain to take on more projects. I was reading that he is in negotiations to direct a film version of… Continue reading

Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 6 Live Bait Review

This episode is Governor-focused and I’m not too sure what to think about this character now.  There are no scenes at the prison, so we have time to get to know what happened… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … House of Frankenstein (1944)

This week on the Svengoolie TV show: the B-movie monster mash! Yes, all the Universal monsters come together for this one. Seeing the success of Frankenstein Meets the Wolf-Man, Universal gives Dracula, the… Continue reading

Will the most iconic music ever return to Superman vs Batman?

I don’t think I’m overstating here when I say that the iconic Superman march is perhaps the best and most recognizable music ever put to film.  With maybe the exception of the Star… Continue reading

National Film Registry Inducts

Apparently there is a government associated board that relegates rules surrounding preserving significant films and preserve others for the good of society.  They have a lot of info on their website about the… Continue reading

Walking Dead Prequel a Go?

TVLine had some reports that a Walking Dead spin-off series may soon be a go and that it may be a prequel.  Yes, it’s true, a dreaded prequel.  A story about the zombie… Continue reading

Le Mans (1971) … Remembered

Le Mans (1971) stars Steve McQueen and tells the story of a race at Le Mans, France. I picked this movie up because I like Steve McQueen and I like cars more, so… Continue reading

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