Talk About Flying The “Friendly Skies!” Yes, this is a real ad for an airline – talk about making their product more appealing! Today’s “Weekly Wednesday Bookmobile” talks about what it’s REALLY like to work in the airline industry! In… Read More ›
How about this for a tagline? “Allie’s new roommate is about to borrow a few things without asking. Her clothes. Her boyfriend. Her life.” Watch out Allie, you are living with a perfect example of “Cult Movie Monday!” My weekly… Read More ›
Dick Miller RIP…Legendary Character Actor Was In All Of Your Favorite Films! Terrific “That Dick Miller” Documentary Celebrates His Career!
RIP Legendary Hollywood Character Actor Dick Miller… One of Hollywood’s most beloved character Actors, with more than 200 movie and TV credits, has passed away. Dick Miller was 90 years old, and tributes are pouring in from all across the… Read More ›
It’s “Cult Movie Monday”! Here’s a new weekly series, highlighting some of the wildest and most offbeat cult films in cinema’s rich history – and what better way to begin that by taking Actress Kathleen Turner and Mr. “Psycho” himself,… Read More ›
Board The Weekly Wednesday Bookmobile! Two Scandalous Publishing Scams! Sexy Stewardesses! Naked Strangers!
Welcome To the “Weekly Wednesday Bookmobile”! Yes, every Wednesday I will be boarding the “Weekly Wednesday Bookmobile” to share another book with you – and for those who never experienced one, a bookmobile was just that – a mobile van… 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 ›