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.
Here’s a poster gallery for Jaws Month 2016…a collection of 14 one-sheets and images from various screenings at cinemas, film schools, outdoor pools, and colleges.
What happens when you bring a handful of classic Universal monsters together under one roof? Well, besides blood and fur everywhere, you get a decent little film worth checking out.
What’s all this talk about a certain shark film not being good? Full of bad dialogue and missing dogs and Ernest Borgnine in a red cape? Read on!
I return from hibernation to review this baseball comedy for the Olivia de Havilland Centenary Blogathon, co-hosted by Crystal at In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood.
Back in January, WordPress was kind enough to send me my Monolith blogging stats for 2015. Check ’em out…they’re embarrassing, but funny!