Veterans Day is a chance for us to applaud and more importantly, honor the sacrifice of our Veterans throughout history…and the terrific website RealWeegieMidget has a “blog-a-thon” starring former Marines – like Gene Hackman! Bravo to Hackman for his service… 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 Wild Bunch!” Star-Studded 50th Anniversary Special LA Screenings With LQ Jones! Bo Hopkins! New Book On Making The Film!
“The Wild Bunch” Rides Into Town For A 50th Anniversary Celebration! One of the greatest films ever made is returning to Hollywood for two special screenings to celebrate its 50th Anniversary! “We’re gonna stick together, just like it used to… Read More ›
Welcome To My Movie Countdown! Kris Kristofferson opens his arms to all of you, fellow movie lovers, especially those who like classic cult movies! Kris has ten great films to share, as I continue by “Movies A-Z” list of classic… Read More ›
Terrific Actress Susan George! From “Straw Dogs” To “Dirty Mary” And “Mandingo”! A Controversial British Sex Kitten!
Meet Susan George! Fans of cult cinema already know this terrific Actress, Producer and Arabian horse breeder – yes, horse breeder! A woman of many talents, there are a few classic cult films that George has made that are worth… Read More ›
Originally posted on johnrieber:
A visionary Director speaks candidly about the moviemaking process, both in his own words, and in the dialogue from a film… “If they move, kill ’em!” This iconic movie line is from “The Wild Bunch” –…
Oops, I Think I annoyed “The Duke!” John Wayne, aka “The Duke” was one of Hollywood’s biggest stars…and I made him angry with a story I wrote that looked at the changing face of Hollywood westerns… Time To Get Some… Read More ›