“I needed a drink, I needed a lot of life insurance, I needed a vacation, I needed a home in the country. What I had was a coat, a hat and a gun.” Now that’s “hard-boiled” writing! Meet Gumshoe Philip… Read More ›
Classic “B” Movies! Body Heat! Battle Royale! Bogart Too! Cinema’s Greatest Films That Begin With A “B”!
How About Some Classic “B” Movies! I’m getting 2020 off to a cinematic start: with these then “B” movies! In Hollywood parlance, a “B” movie used to refer to the second film on a double feature – a lesser known… Read More ›
JK Rowling “Strikes” As Robert Galbraith! Wednesday’s Bookmobile Has “Undercover” Thriller Series From “Harry Potter” Writer!
Meet Robert Galbraith! Wait, isn’t that Jk Rolling? Well, it is – and it’s Robert Galbraith as well! It’s rare for a best-selling Author to release books under a pseudonym, but when you are “Harry Potter” Author JK Rowling, one… Read More ›
Raymond Chandler’s Iconic “Book Noir”! Wednesday’s Bookmobile Recites Detective Philip Marlowe’s Best Lines! Classic Mary Tyler Moore Scene!
Meet Gumshoe Philip Marlowe! Humphrey Bogart is one of Hollywood’s most legendary Actors – and one character in particular is our focus today…Wednesday’s Bookmobile heads into an era of gumshoes and dames – by focusing on a collection of novels… Read More ›
It’s “Cult Movie Monday”! Here’s a new weekly series, highlighting some of the wildest and most offbeat cult films in cinema’s rich history – and what better way to begin that by taking Actress Kathleen Turner and Mr. “Psycho” himself,… Read More ›
How About Some Classic “B” Movies! In Hollywood parlance, a “B” movie used to refer to the second film on a double feature – a lesser known movie that viewers got as a bonus…here’s an example: It’s too bad there… Read More ›
Time To Head Into The Dark Corners Of Film! There is a genre of film that lurks in the shadows….and includes amazing dialogue like this: “How could I have known that murder could sometimes smell like honeysuckle?” Welcome To The… Read More ›
“How could I have known that murder could sometimes smell like honeysuckle?” You wanna know what film noir is? Here is what wikipedia says: “Film noir is a cinematic term used primarily to describe stylish Hollywood crime dramas, particularly those… Read More ›