Monthly Archives: January 2016
Happy weekend to all! It is, in fact, #Caturday and time for the Saturday Matinee! 🙂 And now … it is my great pleasure to present to you … Part Five of Reefer Madness! Finally, for others who are on YouTube … Continue reading
Today post is essentially a readers’ poll. I’d like to hear your thoughts about which one of these Hitchcock films is the best. I’ll even include a choice called “Other” and let you specify any Hitchcock movie you think outdoes … Continue reading
In a cheeky nod to old gangster movies and films noir, the Brothers Coen once again employ their twisted sense of humor in Miller’s Crossing. Our hero, Tom Reagan (played by the always awesome Gabriel Byrne) works as right hand … Continue reading
If, like me, you’re snowed in today, I hope you still have electricity. That way you can enjoy this mild send-up of a rather well-known bad B-movie, while staying warm and dry inside your home. Thus, it is my great … Continue reading
Being a long-time fan of Robert Altman, it pains me some to say that his take on The Long Goodbye by Raymond Chandler is not a particular favorite of mine. It is a clever film – I’ll give it that. … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that five whole people (or Tweeple!) retweeted my post of last Thursday and, thus, entered the contest to win a copy of my short story anthology, FIVE UNEASY PIECES. Now … having assigned each entrant a … Continue reading
In continuation of the previous two Saturdays, here’s Part Three of one of the worst movies ever made — Reefer Madness! 🙂 And, for your enjoyment, an amazing movie, you simply won’t believe!