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Timeless Classics: Young Frankenstein

Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder made the iconic 1974 comedy-horror film known as Young Frankenstein (1974), or as some say “Young Fron-kun-steen”.

A spoof of the Mary Shelley book of the same name, Victor Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) and Igor (Marty Feldman) wanted to create life from dead tissue and an “abby-normal” brain as a monster (Peter Boyle). 59 more words


The Comedian

Jackie (Robert DeNiro) played a beloved sitcom character at the very beginning of his career, and it seems his fans only want to remember him for that one thing. 353 more words


Best Supporting Actress - 1971

Official Nominations: Cloris Leachman. Ellen Burstyn. Ann-Margret. Barbara Harris. Margaret Leighton.

Again the category is stacked with The Last Picture Show choices – Cloris Leachman picked up the win with  142 more words

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Emilio-Vlog: Castle in the Sky

Emile and Alex take a steampunk plane to Laputa in Miyazaki’s film “Castle in the Sky”. And they talk about the story, Miyazaki’s history, and other stories. Enjoy!

Young Frankenstein or: The Less Desirables Movie of the Week


a/perture cinema, the Official Movie Sponsor of The Less Desirables, presents The Less Desirables Movie of the Week, Young Frankenstein (1974), starring Gene Wilder, Terri Garr, Peter Boyle, Cloris Leachman and Marty Feldman. 673 more words

The Less Desirables

American Gods (2017) - reviewed by George

This show has received the most gushing hype of any TV show that I can remember. Stuff like “Your new obsession” and something about “Someone will lose their throne”, a clear indication that that person likes this show better than “Game of Thrones”. 296 more words


TV Brew: American Gods - Head Full Of Snow

We do not get a ‘Coming To America’ opening this week. What we do get is Mrs. Fadil: lovely, slightly racist and dead af. She gets taken to the afterlife by… 394 more words

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