Of Human Bondage (1934)

I really do believe that I should be shunned. Maybe publicly ridiculed. Maybe hung? No wait, stoned. No, that’s a bit extreme. Just know…I have been thinking of the integrity of my blog… Continue reading

This Property is Condemned (1966)

It has been quite a while since I have posted any new film reviews. I say this with all sincerity, I became so extremely busy over these passed few months. Though, I am… Continue reading

Sherlock Jr. (1924)

This is one of the first Buster Keaton films I have ever seen. My mother had recently pleaded me to watch the film. Alright, she didn’t plead but it was a pretty enthusiastic… Continue reading

Psycho (1960)

This film, is, amazing. Now, I’m going to get to my opinion of this film and ‘review’ before I go off on a rant that may make this post longer than what it… Continue reading

The Twilight Zone: Best Episodes

“There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and… Continue reading

Carrie (1976) vs. Carrie (2013)

It’s October! It is October, Good Heavens. Too long? Maybe? Just a little bit. Nah… alright, yes! I admit it, I avoided blogging just because I ran out of ideas (totally kidding)! I… Continue reading

Top Box Office Stars: 1950 TO 1959 (PART 3)

Alright, here is PART 3 of the TOP BOX OFFICE STARS, from 1950 to 1959. I had a couple guesses as to who would be crowned box office star of the 50s, but… Continue reading

All About Eve (1950)

One of the greatest films to live on in history. With 14 Academy Award nominations (tied with Titanic) and 5 A-list actors/actresses, All About Eve has lived on as a phenomenal film that… Continue reading

Top Box Office Stars: 1940 to 1949 (PART 2)

Hello Everyone, here is part two of the Top Box Office Stars for the 1940s. I was curious if you could guess which movies had come out during these years to title these… Continue reading

The Barrymores’

Ethel, John and Lionel Barrymore. The kind of actors that most actors and actresses would aspire to be like. They were artists in their craft and with every film, they created a genuine… Continue reading