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The Asphyx

From its title onward, The Asphyx is not exactly a run-of-the-mill low-budget horror film. It is not exactly anything in the sense of fitting neatly in a generic cubbyhole. 460 more words


Hedonistic Fantasy - Careful What You Wish For❗

My question is, would you? If you could? Drop out of this life and assume another; start a new journey as a “Second”. Arthur makes the decision to do just that and enters a psychedelic world of appropriating another’s reality, someone else’s truth so, be careful what you wish for, some dreams can become your nightmare. 417 more words

Film History

Romantic Comedies

Who doesn’t like a good comedy?  and then add to the story some romance!  Can’t go right and we’ll have a good time looking at these genre of film beginning on April 12 at the Palm Theatre in SLO.   44 more words

History Of Film


The Day the Earth Stood Still (aka Farewell to the Master and Journey to the World) is a 1951 American black-and-white science fiction film from 20th Century Fox, produced by Julian Blaustein, directed by Robert Wise, and starring Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal, Hugh Marlowe and Sam Jaffe. 74 more words


Candid Photos of Old Hollywood Stars

I’m so happy the time changed today and the days will be getting longer! Here are some candid shots of the classic stars having their kind of fun in the warmer weather or free time. 563 more words

Old Hollywood

Answer to number of hub caps flying of the Dodge Charger

In the previous article about the surprise finding of the original Ford Mustang used in the film Bullitt, I asked if you knew how many hub caps flew off the Dodge Charger that Steve McQueen was chasing. 40 more words