A review of the 2015 documentary De Palma, a sit down interview with director Brian De Palma discussing his films
Bond 25 has faced a lot of production problems, Daniel Craig’s ankle injury, an explosion accident at Pinewood, but filming continues
A review of the 2018 action disaster film Skyscraper, starring Dwayne Johnson, Neve Campbell and a whole lot of bad CGI
Yet another Terminator movie is set to arrive in the hopes once again to spark the series – Terminator: Dark Fate. Should fans really be optimistic for this or is it time to say, ‘Enough is enough’ and for it to stop coming back?
I review the 1943 World War II film Sahara starring Humphrey Bogart as Tank commander Sergeant Joe Gunn and the 1995 remake starring Jim Belushi
A review of the 1986 comedy Stewardess School, about a misfit group who have dreams of serving in the friendly skies
A review of the 2017 documentary Perfect Bid: The Contestant Who Knew Too Much, about Ted Slauson who was such a fan of The Price Is Right he memorized product prices
James Bond fans have been waiting a long time for 007 to return. Last we saw him was 2015 in Spectre. Since then Bond has gone quiet and the only...
A review of the 2018 horror sequel Halloween, starring Jamie Lee Curtis returning as Laurie Strode facing off against Michael Myers forty years after the classic 1978 film
A review of the 2017 docudrama Chappaquiddick starring Jason Clarke, Kate Mara, Ed Helms, Jim Gaffigan, about the 1969 car accident by Ted Kennedy that left Mary Jo Kopechne dead
A review of the popular 1986 comedy ‘Crocodile’ Dundee, starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski about an Austrailan croc hunter who travels to New York City
A review of the 2017 documentary Sad Hill Unearthed about a group of fans who set out to restore the cemetary in Spain that was created for Sergio Leone’s 1966 western The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
The ‘Ugly Girl In Glasses’ movie cliché. Glasses on a woman in a movie equals her being unattractive. Movie logic determines she’s in desperate need of a makeover and to lose her frames in order to get any man’s attentnion – no matter how plainly gorgeous she is in reality
A review of the 1969 western comedy Sam Whiskey, starring Burt Reynolds, Angie Dickinson, Ozzie Davis, Clint Walker and William Schallert
The crowd pleasing action flick Speed with Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock on a bus that must keep racing 50 mph or it will explode thanks to madman Dennis Hopper
A review of the 1993 thriller Mother’s Boys starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Peter Gallagher, Joanne-Whalley-Kilmer and Vanessa Redgrave, about a crazy psycho mother
Bumble, the hip online dating app, is all the rage. I take a look at the cliches, annoyances and pet peeves you’ll repeatedly find in dating profiles
A review of the 2014 documentary Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films that details the history and success of the independent film company that specialized in making cheap schlock movies and cousins Menaham Golan and Yoram Globus that ran it
It has been announced the release date of Bond 25 has been pushed back again. Now it’s no longer Valentine’s Day 2020, Bond will return April 8, 2020
Bond 25 is a year away. Next Valentine’s Day 007 fans will get to see the return of James Bond, but for now I reflect and speculate on what’s been happening with 007
A review of the 1989 comedy Who’s Harry Crumb? starring John Candy, Jeffrey Jones, Annie Potts, Barry Corbin, Tim Thomerson and Shawnee Smith
The life of iconic movie star Humphrey Bogart is given the bio-pic treatment, in the shoddy, unremarkable 1980 tv movie Bogie.