Monthly Archives: March 2017

Dementia 13 — Part Six

Finally … we’ve reached the end of this peculiar particular B-movie! I speak of none other than Part Six of Dementia 13! So … endure enjoy it while it lasts! 🙂 And here are the coming attractions! 🙂

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My Review of ‘Suspicion’ (1941)

Like many a Hitchcock film, this one involves a train. In this instance, a man and woman meet on a train. They are Johnnie Aysgarth (played with debonair suave by Cary Grant) and Lina McLaidlaw (played with shy reserve by … Continue reading

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Dementia 13 — Part Five

You’ll be relieved happy to know that this is really the penultimate part of this dreadful mess most unique film. So … without further delay, here’s Part Five of Dementia 13! 🙂

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Five Favorite Movies About Movies

I’m not usually one to make Top 10 lists about my favorite movies, because I love so many it’s nearly impossible for me to rank them. For me, it’s like trying to pick a favorite book. Aren’t all the good … Continue reading

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Dementia 13 — Part Four

Hello and happy Saturday! 🙂 It’s time for yet another part of the amazingly weird cheaply made bizarre movie that is Dementia 13! So … here you are! And for your further enjoyment … here’s The Slumgullion podcast! 🙂 Made … Continue reading

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My Review of ’12 Monkeys’ (1995)

This film is another great blend of neo-noir and science fiction. It also bears the slightly madcap earmarks of a Terry Gilliam-directed movie. Other examples would include Brazil and Time Bandits. The story is about a prisoner named Cole (played … Continue reading

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Oscar-winning Cinematography (1927-2016)

Originally posted on Screenwriting from Iowa:
Compiled by Burger Fiction (“We make videos about movies”):

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