Well, another Oscar season is past us: two months filled with red carpets, klieg lights, and stars stars stars! Unfortunately, the reality is much less glamorous: it’s difficult to break through in the business, and just as difficult to stay… Read More ›
70’s cult action films
RIP Larry Cohen… “Cult Movie Monday” Celebrates The Life Of “King Cohen”, The Cult Movie Master! Dynamite Documentary!
RIP Director Larry Cohen… Sad news for cult movie fans…legendary Director Larry Cohen – the “King” of winged serpents, killer babies AND blaxploitation – has died at the age of 77. This “cult movie Monday” will celebrate the legendary Director,… Read More ›
A Blogging Update! Cinema’s Wildest “Cult” Stuff Now At “JRsploitation.com!” Celebrating Season Two Of “The Deuce!”
Relaunching A Second Website Celebrating The World’s Wildest Cinema! For those who have followed my posts for years, I like to write about all sorts of stuff: movies, music, books, travel, food, burgers, BACON, and pop culture. But, some of… Read More ›
After 48 Years! The Last Orson Welles Film “The Other Side Of The Wind” Is Released! Bravo Netflix!!!
Finally! The Tortured Story Of Long-Lost “The Other Side Of The Wind!” John Huston, Orson Welles and Peter Bogdanovich may be laughing in the photo above, but there is nothing funny about the torturous route that the legendary Director’s last… Read More ›
Question: As you see the late Karen Black in the cockpit, will there ever be a better line of dialogue from a film that this one: “The stewardess is flying the plane!” And she was! It’s just one reason I… Read More ›
RIP Margot Kidder… Sad news to share: Margot Kidder, the Actress who portrayed the best “Lois Lane” os all time, has died at the age of 69. The Franzen-Davis Funeral Home in Livingston, MT, said she died Sunday but did… Read More ›
Steven Spielberg’s “Empowered Female” Goldie Hawn Movie! An Appreciation Of “The Sugarland Express!”
Steven Spielberg’s “Empowered” Directorial Debut – With Goldie Hawn! While his latest film “The Post” was nominated for Best Picture of 2017, it was his theatrical motion picture debut in 1974 that showcased his interest in telling stories about real… Read More ›