Liam Neeson has an identity crisis in Berlin and busts a few heads figuring out why, in this action thriller from Non-Stop director Jaume Collet-Serra.
An ’80s teen comedy with smarts: Val Kilmer is the brainiac goofball who invents a laser weapon in this odd but enjoyable film directed by Martha Coolidge.
A Hitchcock romance thriller starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly, filmed on the French Riviera in the mid-1950s. What more could you ask?
Just so there’s no misunderstanding, I’m NOT reviewing a Western starring John Wayne; I’m reviewing a Western co-starring Carole Landis. And a gorilla. Seriously.
Did you ever want to see E.T. savagely plagiarized right before your very eyes? Wait, try this instead: just read my review and be done with it.
I finally bring Jaws Month(s) to a close with the first of a new series of posts spotlighting my favorite memories from various trips to the movies.
For the Film Noir Blogathon, hosted by Quiggy over at The Midnite Drive-In, I’m taking a look at a slick little crime noir called Armored Car Robbery.
Monopoly? King Oil? Gnip Gnop? Sorry, there was only one game for shark-crazy kids in the 1970s, and that was The Game of Jaws. Alex Kintner not included.
Three years after Jaws became a summer blockbuster and my favorite movie of all time, Jaws 2 was released. And that probably wasn’t a good thing.
Jaws Month 2016 continues with a list of my favorite scenes and shots from Jaws, including—for the first time in a Top 5/3 list—individual photos!
No sharks here, but instead a story about Abraham Lincoln’s attempts to pass an amendment abolishing slavery, directed by someone who once made a pretty cool shark film.
Hey, wanna buy a used car, cheap? First take a look under the hood, then follow the links to read more about the vehicle in question.