A review of the 1954 monster film The Creature From The Black Lagoon starring Julie Adams, Richard Carlson, Richard Denning and & Rico Browning as The Gillman, directed by Jack Arnold
A review of the 1933 classic comedy Sons of the Desert starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
It’s A Wonderful Life shows Jimmy Stewart’s George Bailey a nightmare world where his once beautiful wife Donna Reed is now a librarian who wears glasses. Really?
A review of the 1925 silent comedy Go West directed by and starring Buster Keaton
I take a look back at the 1966 sci-fi classic Fantastic Voyage directed by Richard Fleisher and starring Stephen Boyd, Donald Pleasance, Arthur Kennedy, Edmond O’Brien and Raquel Welch. The film turns fifty years old this year
A review of the 1939 classic romantic comedy Ninotchka starring Greta Garbo and Melvyn Douglas, directed by Ernst Lubistch
A comparison review of the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock horror classic Psycho and its 1998 shot-for-shot remake directed by Gus Van Sant
A review of the 1957 sci-fi classic The Incredible Shrinking Man starring Grant Williams, Randy Stuart and April Kent, directed by Jack Arnold
A review of the 2002 documentary The Tramp and The Dictator about Charlie Chaplin and the making of his comedy The Great Dictator that satirized Hitler
A review of the 1948 comedy/horror classic Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, starring Bud and Lou, along with Bela Lugosi and Lon Chaney Jr.
A review of the 1923 silent comedy classic Safety Last! starring Harold Lloyd in his most famous film with the iconic climbing the building scene
A comparison review of the 1958 horror film The Fly and its 1986 remake directed by David Cronenberg
The 1984 classic comedy Ghostbusters celebrates its 30th anniversary and it’s just as funny as ever attracting new fans every year
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 look back at the classic 1988 buddy action comedy Midnight Run as it celebrates its 25th anniversary, starring Robert DeNiro and Charles Grodin
A review of the 1948 classic thriller Key Largo starring Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall and Edward G. Robinson, directed by John Huston
A review and comparison between the 1952 film The Narrow Margin and its 1990 remake about a lawman trying to survive killers on a tense train ride
The world continues to be fascinated by the mysterious circumstances of Natalie Wood’s death, also why is Love With The Proper Stranger so difficult to find
There’s a certain template the James Bond films follow, here I examine the components, story devices and vital ingredients I call The Bond Blueprint
After being picked on and put down a group of college geeks rise up against their jock enemies, it’s the 1984 classic comedy Revenge of the Nerds, starring Robert Carradine and Anthony Edwards
John Hughes 1987 classic comedy Planes, Trains and Automobiles starring Steve Martin and John Candy is celebrating its 25 anniversary
Fans have been hearing rumblings, rumors and speculation about a new Ghostbusters for so long it’s gotten ridiculous – should fans even care anymore?