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Classic Scene: Atticus Passing

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Atticus Passing To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) directed by Robert Mulligan The Scene: With his children watching along with the local African American community segregated to the upper gallery, Atticus Finch (Gregory Peck)… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Psycho Goreman’

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For many horror fans the most anticipated film of 2021 has been the Canadian flick PG: Psycho Goreman. The promise of this film being the festival darling it should have been was dashed… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Doctor Detroit’

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Actor, producer, screenwriter Dan Akroyd has been behind a number of true fan favorite 80’s classics, from The Blues Brothers to Ghostbusters. But there is one movie in his filmography during this era… Continue reading

Highlights of the TCM Film Festival 2021

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Every year Turner Classic Movies hosts one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world under the bright lights and glamour of Hollywood. But thanks to the Global Bastard for a second… Continue reading

Movie and Drinks: The Thin Man

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The Movie-The Thin Man: This comedy/mystery is often credited as the final film of the Pre-Code Era. Nick and Nora Charles are a sharp-witted, binge-drinking, socialite couple who travel to New York for… Continue reading

Best Horror Movies of the 1930s

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With an informative piece of dialogue about the Carpathian Mountains spoken by Carla Laemmle, niece of Universal Studios founder Carl Laemmle, the horror genre entered the era of sound. With this change came… Continue reading

Movie and Drinks: The Big Lebowski

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The Movie-The Big Lebowski: His name may be Jeff Lebowski, but to those in the know he is, The Dude or His Dudeness or El Duderino if you’re not into the whole brevity… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘Another Round’

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Recently, Robert Muller, the president and founder of the Film Noir Foundation posted on social media about this Danish film which hit him emotionally in a way no other movie has in years.… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning’

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In 1984, Paramount Pictures released Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter on movie audiences. Sure these were fun movies, but the powers-that-be at Paramount were always embarrassed by the franchise. After all they… Continue reading

Greatest Paycheck Acting Performances

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While we like to assume every actor chooses their roles based on a deep connection to the material and the character they are playing, many times it is simply done for a payday.… Continue reading