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

Why Was Star Wars So Popular in 1977?

Beginnings of a Cultural Phenomena I was reading about the phenomenal success of Star Wars and the savvy marketing done to give the film a  legacy still felt today.  Somehow, the movie became… Continue reading

Star Wars December 2015 competition

Star Wars is going to be released December 2015, an obvious bit of news everyone has heard, but what other movies are coming out in December.  Apparently it was announced that Mission Impossible… Continue reading

What is Christopher Lee doing these days?

Christopher Lee, star of some of my favorite Hammer horror movies, is still going strong at age 91.   I’m glad he is still trying to be active.   Reportedly, he was very… Continue reading

The Maltese Falcon…Remembered

In honor of the Bonhams auction, a review! The Maltese Falcon (1941) stars Humphrey Bogart & Mary Astor and is directed by John Huston. It is the very first American film noir movie,… Continue reading

Most Famous Statuette Ever Up For Auction Nov 25

Bonhams of New York to have rare movie memorabilia auction Dreams Are Made Of: A Century of Movie Magic at Auction as Curated by Turner Classic Movies When – Nov 25 13:00 EST… Continue reading

Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 5 Review

Episode 4.5: Internment Flu Is Deadly, bro A lot of things died this episode.  First, a number of the prison population died.  It makes me wonder how many total are in there.  At… Continue reading

The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) … Remembered

Frankenstein Returns in Svengoolie Special The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) is not a classic by any means, but notable for beginning the first in a series of successful B-Movies by Universal. This is the… Continue reading

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