Happy Holidays And Merry Christmas From The Silver Screen! As we celebrate Christmas Day and the holiday season, everyone will eat lots of food and sit down to watch classic holiday movies – and we all have our own favorites!… Read More ›
Time to sing some classic holiday songs – and who better to do so than these guys! All Hail Hall & Oates! Yes, they are one of America’s musical treasures, and this holiday season it’s time to celebrate their classic… Read More ›
Ringo’s Candid Impression Of Paul’s Famous Christmas Song! Shocking news for Beatles fans – Ringo blasts Paul’s miserable holiday song – OK, a Ringo IMPERSONATOR does the blasting – someone shared a funny parody starring British Comedian Peter Serafinowicz –… Read More ›
80’s Cult Movie Queens! Caroline Munro! Linnea Quigley! Cult Film Buying Guide For The 2017 Gift Giving Season!
Looking For Classic Cult Films For Your Favorite Movie Buff? It’s the 2017 holiday season, and I am always looking for something unqiue to give as a gift…so why not classic cult cinema! Here are two iconic Actresses who have… Read More ›
Hugh Grant Speaks! Hugh Grant was honored by BAFTA – the British film organization, and he was interviewed at a big event in London on Saturday night. The conversation was filled with funny anecdotes about this work in film. As… Read More ›
Exploitation Holiday Buying Guide – Empowered Women Edition! Pam Grier! Biker Chicks! Bee Girls! Pussycats Who Kill! Swinging Cheerleaders!
Time For An Empowered Female Holiday! If you are looking for a more “unique” type of gift for the cinephile in your family, time to jump into the deep end of the “exploitation cinema” pool as we are going to… Read More ›
Del Griffith Says “Happy Thanksgiving 2017!” “Planes, Trains And Automobiles!” The Greatest Turkey Day Film Of All Time!
“Six bucks and my right nut says we’re not landing in Chicago.” Where shall we begin? Oh, how about this way: “Planes, Trains & Automobiles” This is the late John Hughes’s masterpiece, and the single best film ever made about… Read More ›