Monthly Archives: February 2017

Cinematic Life Lessons: Doctor Strange

Originally posted on Film Sprites PR:
If you’ve been following our blog, you know that we have started a semi-regular feature that examines classic films and the life lessons you can glean from them. Whether you’re a filmmaker, an entrepreneur…

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‘Dementia 13’ — Part Two

Thanks for joining me on another beautiful Saturday for yet another weird and wacky delightfully eccentric part of my B-movie extravaganza! 🙂 Today, for your viewing pleasure, here’s Part Two of Dementia 13! Let me know what you think of … Continue reading

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Announcing The Great Villain Blogathon 2017!

Originally posted on Speakeasy:
Time once again to face the evil with the annual Big Bad Blogathon celebrating cinema’s worst villains. Just pick a favourite movie villain, whether outlaw, thug, crazed fan, dictator, mistress, monster, slasher, gangster, alien, animated or…

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My Review of ‘Red River’ (1948)

One of my favorite types of movies when I was growing up was the Western. At the time, there were quite a few TV series based on Westerns. In fact, the show Star Trek was pitched by its creator, Gene … Continue reading

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Dementia 13 — Part One

This week kicks off with an old Roger Corman goodie! Yes, if you click that link, you’ll see that Roger is still alive and kicking! The man survived the mass celebrity slaughter year 2016! 🙂 Now, that’s saying something. In any … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Klute’ (1971)

  This is one of those movies that hammer home points about modern living with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer, yet somehow are hard not to love. The film is a crime thriller, in which a high-placed corporate executive, … Continue reading

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‘Bowery at Midnight’ — Part Five

And now … for the big finale of this bizarro lame-o unusual B-movie … it’s Part Five of Bowery at Midnight!

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My Review of ‘The Getaway’ (1972)

This movie was based on the eponymous novel by Jim Thompson, directed by Sam Peckinpah, and co-stars Steve McQueen. I guess it’s fair to say it’s a crime action movie with neo-noir tendencies, not to mention a healthy amount of … Continue reading

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#OCanada Blogathon: It’s a Wrap!

Originally posted on Silver Screenings:
Source: It was an awesome #OCanada party! Thank you for sharing your insights and your research, as well as your interest in Canadian filmmakers. We learned a lot from you. You explored all eras and…

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#OCanada Blogathon Day 3 Recap

Originally posted on Speakeasy:
More great contributions on this final day of the #OCanada Blogathon! Please check out all this fine work spotlighting Canadian entertainers and their work. Bloggers: don’t worry if we didn’t include your post here, we’ll make sure…

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