A review of the 1986 film Quicksilver starring Kevin Bacon, Jami Gertz, Laurence Fishburne and Paul Rodriguez as a pack of bike messengers
A review of the 1984 teen sex comedy The Wild Life, starring Christopher Penn, Eric Stoltz, Lea Thompson, Ilan Mitchell Smith, Rick Moranis and Randy Quaid. Written by Cameron Crowe as almost a follow-up to his classic Fast Times At Ridgemont High.
A new collaboration project with DutchBondFan – Dealing Out A OO Debate. We randomly select the side of a James Bond topic we have to defend or attack – whether we agree with that stance or not.
In 1966 Raquel Welch skyrocketed to fame starring in One Million Years B.C. Her career has suffered ups and downs, she has gained a reputation as being one of the most ‘difficult’ actresses in Hollywood, but has continued to remain popular, busy and successful. I take a comprehensive biographical look at her life, career, stories of her difficult reputation and some gossip.
A review of the 1985 comedy Summer Rental, starring John Candy, Rip Torn and Richard Crenna, directed by Carl Reiner
Raiders of the Lost Ark is one of the greatest movies ever made, but can it stand up to geeky fanboy nitpicking that questions some of the logic of it
A review of the 1995 big-budget post-apocalyptic sci-fi action movie Waterworld, starring Kevin Costner, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Dennis Hopper
A review of the 1988 Vietnam War film Bat*21. the true story about a U.S. army colonel who gets trapped behind enemy lines, starring Gene Hackman, Danny Glover and Jerry Reed
Possilbe spoilers for the upcoming James Bond film No Time To Die have been leaked and are making the rounds on the internet. I will not be revealing them, only to warn fans who wish to avoid them to tread carefully out there.
A review of the 1988 sci-fi cop buddy film Alien Nation about a cop partnering up with an alien, starring James Caan, Mandy Patinkin and Terence Stamp
A review of the 1985 action classic Rambo: First Blood Part 2, starring Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, Charles Napier, Julia Nickson and Steven Birkoff
The website Edealme is a scam. It is a fraudulant website, don’t have the products they advertise and likely won’t ship you anything. DO NOT BUY FROM THEM!
A review of the 1978 Irwin Allen disaster film The Swarm about attacking killer bees, starring Michael Caine, Katherine Ross, Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda, Olivia DeHavilland and Fred MacMurray
The popular Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get their first big-screen adventure. I take a look at the 1990 film that finally brought the Turtles to movie screens, delighted fans and was a huge box office hit.
A review of the 1987 psychological thriller The Caller starring Malcolm McDowell and Madolyn Smith, a strange low-budget film that is nothing like you will expect
A review of the 1973 blaxploitation action classic Coffy starring Pam Grier as a nurse who sets out to unleash her own vigilante justice against drug dealers
A review of the 2017 documentary 78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene which examines the artistry, impact and influence Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic murder scene from Psycho has had
A review of the 1983 racing comedy Stroker Ace, starring Burt Reynolds, Loni Anderson, Jim Nabors & Ned Beatty, directed by Hal Needham, the film was a huge flop & helped end Burt’s reign as a box office king
Telephone clichés movies always use. Films have had to keep phones out of the hands of characters for the sake of creating tension and horror. Ranging from exact change, being out of order, no signals or dead batteries. Movie characters can’t catch a break when they want to make a call.
A review of the 1974 action film Mr. Majestyk, starring Charles Bronson, Linda Cristal and Al Lettieri, directed by Richard Fleischer, written by Elmore Leonard
A review of the 2005 film Three, aka Survivla Island, starring Kelly Brook, Billy Zane and Juan Pablo Di Pace as three castawys stranded on a remote island
A review of the 1994 thriller The River WIld, starring Meryl Streep, Kevin Bacon, David Strathairn and John C. Reilly, directed by Curtis Hanson
Ok, so James Bond fans are feeling a bit down from the annoucment that No Time To Die has been postponed until November 2020. So, here are 13 postivie things about this recent delay that will help bring a smile back to our faces!
No Time To Die, the 25th James Bond film has been delayed yet again. The release date of April 2020 has been pushed to November 2020 due to the global impact of the coronavirus
A review of the 1983 action film Lone Wolf McQuade, starring Chuck Norris, David Carradine and Barbara Carrera and Robert Beltran
A review of the 1976 drama The Front, starring Woody Allen, Zero Mostel and Michael Murphy, about a man who submits his friends tv scripts under his name because he’s on the Hollywood blacklist
A review of the 1951 drama Ace In The Hole (aka The Big Carnival), starring Kirk Douglas, Jan Sterling, Porter Hall and Ray Teal, directed by Billy Wilder
A review of the 1980 romantic fantasy Somewhere In Time, starring Christopher Reeve, Jane Seymour and Christopher Plummer, about a playwright who travels back to 1912 to meet an actress
A review of the 1955 monster movie It Came From Beneath The Sea, starring Kenneth Tobey and Faith Domergue, with stop-motion effects by Ray Harryhausen
A review of director Steven Spielberg’s 1979 WWII comedy 1941, starring John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Christopher Lee, Toshiro Mifune, Robert Stack and a huge cast of stars
A review of the 1990 western Quigley Down Under, starring Tom Selleck, Alan Rickman and Laura San Giacomo, about an American cowboy who travels to the outback of Australia