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The Fly

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

In Montreal, Quebec, scientist Andre Delambre is found dead with his head and arm crushed in a hydraulic press. Although his wife Helene confesses to the crime, she refuses to provide a motive and exhibits a number of strange behaviors. 1,239 more words

Movie Reviews

Madeleine Carroll Blogathon: I Was a Spy (1933)

One of the great pleasures of blogathons is discovering an old film, or an actor, or director and realizing that there’s still so, so many wonderful classic films yet to see. 641 more words

Blogathons

Film Review: "The Letter" (1940)

If you pull the trigger then you must be ready for the consequences… Leslie Crosbie, the wife of a rubber plantation administrator, shoots a man in cold blood and claims it was self-defense, except that a letter she holds in her hand can prove otherwise. 401 more words

Great Films

Review: "Gog" (1954)

“An Exciting Science-Fiction Drama!” I consider myself a usually astute viewer of cinema who is not often confused. Having said that, I would now like to admit that for more than half the movie, I had no idea what the hell was going on. 349 more words

Science Fiction

That George Sanders Sort of Charm

How much can you tell about a man by his voice? Before you answer, consider the voice of Shere Khan from the 1967 animated film, … 217 more words

Films

The Little Foxes (1941)

The more I see Bette Davis, the more I enjoy her movies. She’s been a bit of an acquired taste for me, but you usually have to really like Bette Davis to enjoy her films because she tends to dominate them. 1,226 more words

Drama