America’s Gladiators Are Back! That’s right: it’s time for some FOOTBALL! It’s time to celebrate the upcoming NFL season – a time when ANY team can be the Super Bowl champ – records are waiting to be broken, dark horses… Read More ›
“IT: Chapter Two” Is Here! Time To Countdown 7 Great Stephen King Adaptations! “Carrie” Casting! “Shining” Secrets! Zihautanejo Directions!
Pennywise Is Back! Horror fans will be in heaven this weekend, as “IT: Chapter II” will break box office records around the world! Reviews have been strong for the “IT: Chapter Two” – so get in line for a good… Read More ›
“Rough business, this movie business. I’m gonna have to go back to loan-sharking just to take a rest.” With those words, John Travolta gives one of his best performances as Chili Palmer, a loan shark who wants to break into… Read More ›
“Mistakes Were Made!” Cult Actress Fiona Lewis Drives Wednesday’s Bookmobile From The Swinging 60’s To A Chateau In France!
Celebrating Cult Movie Star Fiona Lewis! Here’s how watching a movie leads me to a great new book! I came across Actress Fiona Lewis when I watched the classic 70’s Vincent Price film “Dr. Phibes Rises Again!” Curious about her,… Read More ›
“Hell, Upside Down!” Classic 70’s Disaster Movies – And Their Big Star Feuds – Are My “Cult Movie Monday!”
“Hell, Upside Down!” Take a moment to enjoy what is, without a doubt, one of the greatest movie tag lines of all time! “Hell, Upside Down!” Time to enjoy some classic movie mayhem. And time also to have a celebrity… Read More ›
The Moon Landing Was Faked! “Capricorn One” Blasts Off As “Cult Movie Monday” Stages An Outer Space Conspiracy!
“There was one event of really enormous importance that had almost no witnesses. And the only verification we have . . . came from a TV camera”. Writer-Director Peter Hyams has a point: what if the Apollo 11 moon landing… Read More ›
Wednesday’s Bookmobile Has The Story Of Claudia Jennings! She was an Actress and Model who starred in some of the best “drive-in” movies of the 70’s – but as you will see from Wednesday’s Bookmobile, she was so much more… Read More ›