Tag Archive: movie

Retro Review: ‘Terror Train’

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As any horror fan worth their weight in fear will tell you, Jamie Lee Curtis is an undoubted icon of the genre. Like Vincent Price before her, she is rightly idolized by lovers… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Malignant’

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In recent years, director James Wan has proven himself to be one of the top directors in the horror genre with hits like; Saw, Insidious, and the Conjuring. The success of his foray… Continue reading

Classic Scene: Kissing Montage

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Classic Scene: Kiss Montage Kiss Montage Cinema Paradiso (1988) Directed by Giuseppe Tornatore The Scene: Returning to Rome after the funereal of his old friend and mentor Alfredo (Philippe Noiret), the wealthy and… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Dead End Drive-In’

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I get a warm and fuzzy feeling in my tum-tum when I am at the drive-in. Sure the asphalt may be crumbling and the snack stand building wears every bit of its 1980’s… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Messiah of Evil’

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One of my favorite things is following movie recommendations from other people. Not only does it give a cool perspective into what they like but it also helps me to discover new movies,… Continue reading

Spotlight On: Gene Hackman

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Acting is a business few people truly retire from, most just take on fewer and fewer roles until they die. But Gene Hackman is one of those rare cases where he has seemingly… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Shadow’

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Following the success of the Batman films, Hollywood rushed to try and capitalize on the next superhero franchise to mixed results. Cinemas saw the likes of : The Mask, Tank Girl, Teenage Mutant… Continue reading

Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers Movies

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In 1933, RKO paired two supporting actors in the film Flying Down to Rio in a dance scene for the musical number “Carioca”. The end result was a scene completely stolen by two… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Val’

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During the 80’s and 90’s actor Val Kilmer was one of the most popular stars in cinema. Bringing an intense method actor working style to leading man roles. He could be counted on… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Brain That Wouldn’t Die’

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When a promising surgeon is at risk of losing the love of his life, he does not mope instead he gets to work using his skills to fix the situation and stay aHEAD… Continue reading