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Cinema Classic: The Exorcist

First off let me get something off my chest, I can not stand allocated seating and I will tell you why. 600 more words


Cinema's Dynamic Duos: Director and Cinematographer

Duos have been a fixture both in front of and behind the camera almost since the inception of cinema. A combination of supremely talented individuals create an on-screen alchemy that is nothing short of unforgettable.  739 more words

Classic Cinema

High Noon

The Hours wait,
for the day
to start.

One,Two and Three,
begin to count
and count again,
the seconds
the minutes
every one of them. 142 more words

Popular Culture

Rachel, Rachel: A Perfect (and forgotten) Film

So maybe RACHEL, RACHEL (1968) isn’t forgotten by everyone, but it’s certainly not in the accepted canon, and it should be. Aside from my love of films/TV utilizing punctuation within their… 465 more words

Timely Concerns

Book Review: Monsters in the Movies

Publisher: DK ADULT

Release Date: September 19, 2011

“…This book is meant to be fun. It is not some heavy tome on the meaning of violence in the cinema, or a ponderous examination of film theory.

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Book Review

Film As Art- 120 films in Two volumes

For those who love films I have  reviewed 120 films and their significance for the motion pictures as the Seventh Art.  From Griffith’s Intolerance to Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarves cinema has covered  a lot of ground. First volume is for sale:


Book Review: The Making of ‘Gone with the Wind’


Publisher: University of Texas Press

Release Date: September 1, 2014

Cinemaphiles have grown to expect certain things from “making of” texts. They expect the book to be a comprehensive account of a film’s production. 452 more words

Classic Cinema