Monthly Archives: April 2018

Part One of ‘Killers From Space’

I’m happy to say I have a new entry in this series of B-movies. This week we start the fun with Part One of Killers From Space! Plus, a review of the film I found on another YouTube channel! 🙂

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My Review of ‘Cry Danger’ (1951)

This is another entry in the lesser-known, but well-worth-seeing films noir. Shot in only 22 days and co-starring the talented Dick Powell and Rhonda Fleming, Cry Danger not only tells a taut and twist-laden story, but is set on location … Continue reading

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‘Glen or Glenda’ – Part Five

In what is undoubtedly the happiest day of my life a great moment in cinema history, I finally bring you the last part of the latest B-movie sendup—Glen or Glenda! So, without further ado, here’s Part Five of Glen or … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘The Blue Dahlia’ (1946)

Another twisty tale created by Raymond Chandler—except he wrote the original screenplay for the first time. It was also produced by (of all people) John Houseman. Yes, this John Houseman! 🙂 The story begins with a trio of World War … Continue reading

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A Wonderful Memoriam

via R. Lee Ermey – In Memoriam

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Part Four of ‘Glen or Glenda’

Hello again! There are times when I truly wonder why I pick the movies I do for these posts. This film is certainly an example of a horrible mess pretty awful low-budget flick! That said, here’s another part of Glen … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Sleuth’ (1972)

This film, based on a Tony Award-winning play, is about Andrew Wyke, a rather pompous British crime writer (played with appropriate pomposity by Laurence Olivier), who invites a young hairdresser named Milo Tindle (played by the ever-charming Michael Caine) to … Continue reading

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