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 ›
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 ›
Meet The Fiery Horror Of “The Wicker Man!” As we celebrate these #31DaysOfHalloween, here’s something very important to remember: “Do sit down, Sergeant. Shocks are so much better absorbed with the knees bent.” And with that advice, do sit down… Read More ›
New “Halloween” Rocks! Jamie Lee Curtis Is Back! America’s Scream Queen Owns “Halloween” And The “Terror Train”!
Jamie Lee’s Halloween Gift For Michael Myers! It’s here – the latest “Halloween” film – and the reviews are great! The best part: America’s Scream Queen has grown up! Jamie Lee Curtis became America’s “Scream Queen” in 1978 when the… Read More ›
“You see, Jason was my son, and today is his birthday…” Meet Jason Voorhees! Time to celebrate Shocktober 2018 by taking you to Camp Crystal Lake, where a young of young people, including the great Kevin Bacon, are about to… 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 ›