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 ›
70’s sexploitation movies
As Deadline.com reported yesterday: A North Bergen, NJ high school play depicting the classic sci-fi film Alien got a surprise visit Friday from the star of the original film, Sigourney Weaver. Appearing at an encore performance of Alien: The Play… Read More ›
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 ›
“Alien” The Play! I want to pay tribute to a group of high schoolers who staged a production of the sci-fi horror classic “Alien!” A group of industrious high schoolers took the classic film from a movie theater and into… 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 ›
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 ›
“Pick-Up!” A Wild 1975 Exploitation Film Lovingly Restored By Vinegar Syndrome! You Have To See It To Believe It! Obscure “Orgy” Too!
Get Ready For A Mind-Altering Head Trip Thanks To “Pick-Up!” Yes, that’s a clown out in a field – because the 70’s were full of exploitation films that played drive-ins across the country, but every once in awhile, one with… Read More ›