Ever wonder what my favorite memories of Jaws are? Well, wonder no more…here are five of them, with three bonus memories to boot.
Jaws Month 2018 opens with a look at Jaws advertising in the movie sections of newspapers in the US and beyond. May be too intense for younger readers.
Cinema Monolith kicks off its fourth and final Jaws Month today, July 4th, with the beaches open and a look ahead at what I’ll post in the coming weeks!
Space castles, laser guns, horses, swords, a giant flying tree stump, and of course, Krull. But now the big question: who, what, or where IS this so-called Krull?
Lindsey and I are back for another one of our cheesy blogathons, this time for the inner-mountain mole creature classic starring John Agar and Beaver Cleaver’s father, Hugh Beaumont.
I made it through eight weeks of daily posting: 34 reviews, 11 articles, three Top 5/3 lists, and eight updates. Now, it’s time for sleep.
‘6 Days of Dirty’ comes to a close with – surprise! – a dirty-titled car chase classic starring Peter Fonda, Susan George, and a lime-green Dodge Charger.
‘6 Days of Dirty’ presents the final entry in the Dirty Harry series, with Clint Eastwood returning as homicide inspector Harry Callahan to rough up more scum.
Day 4 of my ‘6 Days of Dirty’ festival has Clint Eastwood back in action as ‘Dirty’ Harry Callahan, investigating a string of serial killings in a small California town.
The third entry in my ‘6 Days of Dirty’ marathon is also my favorite of the Dirty Harry sequels. Clint Eastwood returns as Harry Callahan…and this time he’s PISSED.
‘6 Days of Dirty’ continues with the second in a series of Dirty Harry films, once again starring Clint Eastwood as homicide inspector Harry Callahan.
‘6 Days of Dirty’ kicks off with this first installment of the Dirty Harry series, with Clint Eastwood as the maverick homicide detective who plays by his own rules.
Well, this week might do me in… we’ll see how far I get into it before my miraculous month-and-a-half posting streak comes to an end.
Today I sit down at the Dark Desk and take a look at director Robert Siodmak’s double-crossing noir classic, starring Burt Lancaster, Yvonne De Carlo, and Dan Duryea.
Okay, here they are: one you probably already know, one I reviewed this year, and three others you may or may not realize are on the list.
So I had something funny happen to me this past Friday that sheds new light on my attempt at posting every day on the CM site.
Back in 1993, Julie and I traveled to San Luis Obispo to explore the city by bike and see a movie at the old-time Fremont Theater.