“Don’t You Ever Worry When You See What’s Going Down?” These lyrics were part of a powerful protest song from 1972 – lyrics that resonate loudly today…and they were from an unlikely source: the pop/rock band Chicago! Listening to “Dialogue… Read More ›
RIP William Goldman. Legendary Screenwriter. Author Of “The Princess Bride” – A Look At His Greatest Works…
“Nobody Knows Anything…” RIP William Goldman…the Author of those insightful words about Hollywood. He was one of Hollywood’s greatest Writers – the legendary Author and Screenwriter William Goldman has died at the age of 87. As Variety reports: William Goldman,… Read More ›
Let’s Do The “Time Warp” Again! Three Things About “Rocky Horror Picture Show” You Didn’t Know! Timeless Trivia Is “Just A Jump To The Left!”
Let’s Do The Time Warp Again! Why am I writing about an iconic musical number from a cult film that is 43 years old? Well, because Lorna told me to! OK, a bit of hyperbole, but Lorna K. Duff-Howie has… Read More ›
“The Exorcist” Spins Heads On This #31DaysOfHalloween! Linda Blair’s Wild Career Takes Off – Literally!
Time To Spin Your Head Around For the Greatest Horror Film Of All Time – “The Exorcist”! #31DaysOfHalloween ends on a #31DaysOfHorror high note: simply put, one of the greatest achievements in cinema, and the scariest film of all time,… Read More ›
Brilliant “Carrie!” #31DaysOfHalloween! Brian DePalma’s Horror Classic With A “Star Wars” Connection!
Time For A Halloween Horror Classic! Finishing up #31daysofhalloween on a cinematic high note, with the second greatest horror film ever made. More than a great horror film, “Carrie” is a beautifully made movie, which began as a Stephen King… Read More ›
Time For A #31DaysOfHorror Double Bill! As I look at some of the greatest horror films of all time, this double bill came to mind: a “no-budget” classic and a Canadian shocker – both films growing in cinematic importance over… Read More ›
Meet The Fiery Horror Of “The Wicker Man!” As we celebrate these #31DaysOfHalloween, here’s something very important to remember: “Do sit down, Sergeant. Shocks are so much better absorbed with the knees bent.” And with that advice, do sit down… Read More ›