“Rocketman”! How Reg Dwight Became Elton John! I have posted stories about the best-selling Artist of the 70’s before – yes, Elton John! Now, a movie tells the story of how Reg Dwight became a “Rocketman”, and I can’t wait… Read More ›
Iconic Paris Dining With Nicholson, Keaton and Keanu! “Dinner And A Movie” From The Legendary Le Grand Colbert! “Something’s Gotta Give”!
How About A Meal With These Stars? This edition of “Dinner And A Movie” travels to Paris to dine with Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton and Keanu Reeves. Well, they weren’t there when I was, but I ate in the same… Read More ›
Frances McDormand’s Brilliant Performance In “Fargo!” “Cult Movie Monday” Says “You Betcha” To Oscar!
Ready For An Ice-Cold Film Noir? This edition of “Cult Movie Monday” offers up a modern day film noir: a moody, brilliant modern take on crime and justice, thanks to filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen, who won the Best Picture… Read More ›
Meet The Ladies Of Stepford! You think “The Handmaid’s Tale” is torn from today’s culture – how about this classic sci-fi film? The 70’s were chock full of classic films that have been forgotten to time…and it’s time to do… Read More ›
Pennywise Is Back! The Official “IT: Chapter 2” Movie Trailer Is Here! “What The Friday!?!?!” Clowns Welcome!
Pennywise Is Back! This shot of Tim Curry from the tV version of “IT” in the 80’s seemed impossible to beat, as long time fans will never forget his performance as Pennywise…and this “What The Friday” plans to scare the… Read More ›
“Did you know Tom Cruise had no idea he was in that vampire movie till two years later?” That hilarious line – and the poster for Kit Ramsey’s epic sci-fi thriller “Chubby Rain” are the setup for one of the… Read More ›
“May The 4th Be With You!” How “Flash Gordon” Created “Star Wars!” Olivia Munn As Princess Leia! Han Solo Revelations!
“May The 4th Be With You!” Yes, it’s “Star Wars” day – as fans around the world celebrate May 4th – you know: the classic line from the movie “May the force be with you” is now a national “Star… Read More ›