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Saturday Matinee: Ms. 45

Synopsis by Danny Peary from “Cult Movies 2”:

Thana works as a seamstress in New York’s garment district. She is friends with Laurie and two other female coworkers, but lives a lonely existence in a small apartment in Clinton Gardens. 2,404 more words


Book Club: Baseball Immortal: Derek Jeter A Career in Quotes by Danny Peary

Derek Jeter was never my favorite member of the Yankee dynasty when I was growing up in the 90’s. In fact, if I’m being honest, he may have been one of my least favorite players on those teams. 514 more words

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Baseball Immortal: Derek Jeter by Danny Peary (2015)

Baseball Immortal: Derek Jeter
by Danny Peary
Page Street Publishing, 2015
368 pages

He was one of the most humble, yet most exciting players to watch over the past couple of decades. 213 more words


Roger Ebert: The Last Critic Who Mattered?

Bob Verini

This week’s opening night tribute to the Toronto Film Festival’s chief cheerleader, the late Roger Ebert, will beg a key question: Can anyone fill his shoes? 603 more words


"Pink Flamingos" (1972) dir. John Waters

Back when I was 12 years old or so and would be allowed to go off on my own at the local shopping mall, I used to spend a lot of my time at Walden Books. 421 more words


The essential geek library: 'Cult Movies' by Danny Peary

Back in the old days, everything you wanted to know about movies and TV shows and comic books – their makers, their history, their detractors, their weird variations – wasn’t available for perusal at the click of a mouse. 359 more words


Starburst Memories: Cult Movies by Danny Peary

DUCK SOUP brought to mind, the book “Cult Movies” by Danny Peary. Published in 1981, it remains an important book in the film canon as it gave serious, passionate insight into films ignored by mainstream audiences at the time. 341 more words

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