Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) … Remembered

I’m not sure what more can be said about a defining classic like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, but this 1969 movie ultimately makes you root for the bad guys.  My friend… Continue reading

The Walking Dead 4.14 The Grove Review

This episode opens with a discussion between Lizzie and Carol about keeping people safe, which is kind of amusing in an apocalypse.  They walk around for a while, talk about Huckleberry Finn, and… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … Dr. Cyclops (1940)

From the director of the original King Kong, Ernest B. Schoedsack is back to give us more adventures, this time with hammy camp, over-the-top effects, and the magic of COLOR.   To top off… Continue reading

The Story of Doctor Strange … a Marvel movie?

I was reading some movie news recently that Marvel is going to bring us a movie version of Dr. Strange, the Sorcerer Supreme, who battles the strange and the weird with magic powers.… Continue reading

The Great Escape (1953) starring Steve McQueen … Remembered

I did not intend for the last few reviews to feature Steve McQueen so heavily, but I was really enjoying his movies and decided to consider The Great Escape. I believe this movie… Continue reading

Walking Dead Review – 4.13 Alone

The Walking Dead usually veers off track after a character spotlight episode like we got last week, but not this time.  I think this is mostly because Daryl was on the program.  Maybe… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … The Raven (1935) with Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff

Universal tried to capture the imagination of movie audiences by presenting The Raven, a horror film based on Edgar Allen Poe’s poem.  This movie was too strong for audiences of the day and… Continue reading

Walking Dead “Still” 4.12 Review

This episode caught us up with Beth and Daryl because it is time to get the fans back after leaving out the most popular character in last week’s episode.  This episode opens with… Continue reading

Svengoolie presents … Batman: The Movie

This week we go all-out with camp and fun as Svengoolie showed Batman: The Movie, a film that brings fond memories to all those who remember it.  It is a little slower than… Continue reading

Papillon (1973) … Remembered

Papillon is a 1973 classic film about a prison break that rivals The Great Escape.  It stars Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman, who complement each other so well that it is hard to… Continue reading

Great Debate #2: Do Remakes Suck?

One of the most debated topics today is the whole idea of remakes.  I think what most people have a problem with is that most remakes are done to cash-in on the name… Continue reading

Walking Dead “Claimed” 4.11 Review

This episode is all about who is being claimed.  It was obvious from the introduction that this was an Abraham-heavy episode and that proved to be quite true.  The opening really had nothing… Continue reading

The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) … Remembered

It’s a Steve McQueen double-feature this week as I review the original Thomas Crown Affair, released in 1968. Roger Ebert called this film “the most underplotted, underwritten, over-photographed film of the year…” and… Continue reading

Bullitt (1968) … Remembered

Bullitt is a 1968 muscle-car crime movie starring Steve McQueen, who will be forever remembered for this tough-guy role. The film is known today for its car chase, but relies on realism and… Continue reading

Michael Cudlitz aka Abraham reveals Walking Dead secrets

The Hollywood Reporter recently posted an interview with Michael Cudlitz, who plays Abraham on the Walking Dead, and he pretty much revealed all of what I thought was going to happen on the next episode.… Continue reading

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