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‘Them!’ 1954 - Movie Review

This Warner Brothers film is one of the first “nuclear monster” films and is the prototype for the creature feature flicks that follow. The best way to sum up the film is by describing it as “the giant ant movie” as Youtuber Steve Shives puts it. 637 more words


'The War of The Worlds(1953)' Movie Review

“In the First World War, and for the first time in the history of man, nations combined to fight against nations using the crude weapons of those days. 713 more words


Reason vs Violence in 'The Thing From Another World!'

The Thing From Another World has held up quite well. This film would go on to inspired directors and filmmakers such as Wilbur Stark and Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. 957 more words


Roman Holiday (1953): Classic Review

In the midst of the glamour and hyperbole of golden Hollywood, you’d be hard pressed to find a film quite as endearing as William Wyler’s  443 more words


Ginger Rogers: The Inspiring Woman Off Screen

There’s nothing damnable about being a strong woman. The world needs strong women.

For my first feature story in my mini series about the 3 actresses of Old Hollywood who inspire me, I’d like to begin with Ginger Rogers.

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Is "The Day The Earth Stood Still(1951)" Relevant?

This film is a science fiction classic. Modern audiences might not be able to appreciate it because so many films that came after it have drawn inspiration from it. 883 more words


'Le Passion de la Caille' – Remembering a Forgotten Masterpiece

Remembering a Forgotten Masterpiece

Movie Review – Le Passion de la Caille (The Passion of the Quail)

Directed by Guido Moroné

Starring Giovanni Antonio Ninaninini, Mimi Douchinette, Cassänia Röse, and Gerard Depardieu… 1,133 more words