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Mill Creek Musings: Please Murder Me (1956)

“Dear Ray: In exactly… 55 minutes, I will be dead. Murdered. First of all, let me explain, I find myself completely sober, reasonably sane, and not at all surprised.

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Classic Film Friday: Roman Holiday

Every Friday, we will post about great, timeless films of the past. We both love watching films from the Golden Age of Hollywood and want to share some of our favorites from that era. 307 more words

Audrey Hepburn

FilmFiled Friday: Netflix Suggestion Day!

That’s right, y’all. It’s Friday AND I’m back! Sorry I haven’t been active here, recently but sometimes life gets in the way.

Also, maybe it’s because I haven’t been looking hard enough for breaking movie news, but recently it’s been a little slow on the film news front. 443 more words


See legendary adventure film The Thief of Bagdad, with live musicians, Saturday night!

Douglas Fairbanks! His name, along with Errol Flynn’s, was once synonymous with swashbuckling adventure and derring do, and for some people, it still is.

See what the fuss was about when Le Cinéclub de Montréal / The Film Society presents The Thief of Bagdad on Saturday, May 30, 2015. 716 more words

Liz Ferguson

Don't You Forget: A Review of Kirk Honeycutt's John Hughes: A Life in Film

No other filmmaker has ever better understood and better captured the experience of being a teenager in America than John Hughes. The teen films he made in the 1980s form a significant chunk of the Biblical canon for the American high school experience. 82 more words



Just like Doctor Nieman in HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN…….I have gathered my materials in my wagon and traveled the lonely roads to continue my work in new and fertile ground… 57 more words


Camp and Circumstance: The Problematic Wonder of The Lost World and King Kong

The Lost World might be the only film in history in which the special effects artist is the true auteur of the film, much more so than the movie’s director. 177 more words