TV Executive On A New York Soundstage: “I’d like to make her look a little more attractive, how far can you pull back?” The Cameraman: “How do you feel about Cleveland?” With that hilarious line, America met Dorothy Michaels, the… Read More ›
Goodbye New York Pay Phones! This Iconic Communication Tool Is Disappearing! “The King Of Comedy” Shows Them Off!
Farewell To A Iconic Communication Tool! Yes, you won’t have pay phones to kick around New York City any longer… For a generation, these pay phones were everywhere – all across the country, but certainly on every corner in The… Read More ›
Want to know the real story of the scar on Harrison Ford’s chin? Here you go: Tess McGill: “How did you get the scar?” Jack Trainer: “Some guy pulled a knife in Detroit.” Time To Talk All Things Harrison Ford!… Read More ›
Celebrating “Blaxploitation” Cinema! Shaft! Pam Grier! Dolemite! Celebrate Black History Month With these Seminal Films Of The 70’s!
Celebrate “Black History Month” With Empowered “Blaxploitation” Cinema! Black History Month is an important celebration of black achievement. That said, “blaxploitation cinema” doesn’t come up as much as it should in the discussion – but this “Cult Movie Monday” is… Read More ›
Who Wants To Live Here? It’s an election year, so this President’s Day, I have a look at films about the Presidency – yes, we celebrate with a “Cult Movie Monday” from The White House! The American President Look at… Read More ›
“Romy And Michelle” Are Reuniting?! This “Cult Movie Monday” May Have Another “High School Reunion!”
Time For A Reunion With Romy And Michelle! Two of my favorite movie characters are this week’s “Cult Movie Monday”: Romy White and Michele Weinberger are best friends, and their 1997 comedy is a classic! Not only that, but Mira… Read More ›
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Get Ready For Some “E”eccentric Cinema! My alphabetical countdown of my favorite movies – the 26-part “Movies A-Z” – continues with the letter “E” – another letter full of incredible cinema – as always, I have…