Monthly Archives: May 2016

Part Eight of ‘Teenagers From Outer Space’

I hope you’re all enjoying your Memorial Day weekend. And what could make it even better than the next exciting part of this most fascinating bit of movie lore! So without further blathering about it all … here’s the next … Continue reading

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A Film For Friday: The Big Combo

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My Review of ‘Strangers on a Train’ (1951)

Two very different men meet on a train: Guy is a talented, but unhappily married, tennis player; Bruno, a total nutcase. Each of them wants to be rid of some annoying person in their life. The loony Bruno suggests that … Continue reading

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Part Seven of ‘Teenagers From Outer Space’

Once again, it’s Saturday and time for another part of Teenagers From Outer Space! Plus the Mystery Science Theater 3000 version! 🙂

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My Review of ‘Shadow of a Doubt’ (1943)

Shadow of a Doubt opens with a shot of Charles Oakley (played with all due smarmy creepiness by Joseph Cotton) in a bedroom, lying in bed with lots of money. Right away, it’s obvious Oakley, a.k.a. Uncle Charlie, is in a … Continue reading

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The Great #Villains2016 Blogathon: Day 1

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Wow! We’re off to an incredible start to the 2016 Great Villains Blogathon! If you upload your entry later this evening, don’t worry – it will be included in tomorrow’s recap. This blogathon will bring…

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Teenagers From Outer Space — Part Five (A Spoof)

Just to be agonizingly clear about the matter, these Saturday Matinee movies have been meant to be funny. That is to say they’ve been intended to be like MST3K, except with written annotations instead of voice-overs. I may also be … Continue reading

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