Monthly Archives: August 2016

Part Two of ‘Blonde Ice’

It’s time again for the Saturday Matinee! And we have a real goodie for you this time. Last week, we had Part One of Blonde Ice. So today, of course, you’ll get to see Part Two of that movie! So, … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Frenzy’ (1972)

When I first heard about this movie, I thought, “Oh dear. This sounds a bit too creepy.” A movie by Hitchcock about a serial killer? Count me out. But then I actually saw the movie and was surprised to find … Continue reading

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3 Women Private Eyes You Don’t Want to Miss

Originally posted on Gal Gumshoe with M. Ruth Myers:
If you’ve run through your supply of mysteries featuring smart, competent women private eyes, here are a few more for you to try. It includes two lawyer-sleuths. I’ve never really considered…

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Blonde Ice — Part One

It’s Saturday and you know what’s coming, right? Another entry into the Saturday Matinee collection! And, boy, are we on a film noir kick or what? 🙂 Without further ado, take a gander at Part One of Blonde Ice! And, … Continue reading

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Top 10 Awesome Films Noir

  It’s been a long, hot summer, and I’ve been meaning to post a list of some of favorite films in various genres. And so, allow me present my own Top 10 list of awesome films noir. And keep in … Continue reading

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Too Late for Tears — Part Nine

And now for the indisputably unbelievable final part of the latest Saturday Matinee movie. Yes, it’s Part Nine from Outer Space of Too Late for Tears! 🙂 And the crowd goes wild! 🙂

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My Review of ‘The Man Who Knew Too Much’ (1956)

James Stewart returns for another film with the Master of Suspense, except in this one he plays a doctor—Dr. Ben McKenna. His wife (“Jo” McKenna) is played by Doris Day, who works as a singer. They’re traveling through Morocco on … Continue reading

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