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Ben Johnson's Review of "Opening Night"

Opening Night
Directed by John Cassavetes in 1977

John Cassavetes called his 1977 film “Opening Night” “The Finest movie he’d ever had anything to do with.” While my respect for Cassavetes is undying, I can’t agree with this statement. 420 more words

Saddling Up With Serling: A Pre-TZ Wild West Detour

Got a sibling? If so, did he or she ever make trouble for you? Did you ever get into arguments? Maybe even engage in some physical fights? 972 more words

Rod Serling

5 best moments from Columbo Etude in Black

Airing on September 17, 1972, Etude in Black, the first episode of Columbo’s second season, was ‘event television’ in the truest sense.

A big-budget affair with… 780 more words


John Cassavetes & Til Schweiger & Julian Ovenden & James Avery

John Nicholas Cassavetes (December 9, 1929 – February 3, 1989) was a Greek-American actor, film director, and screenwriter. Cassavetes was a pioneer of American independent film, writing and directing over a dozen movies, which he partially self-financed, and pioneered the use of improvisation and a realistic cinéma vérité style. 133 more words

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Film review: Love Streams

“Listen, I’m a man, and a man is different than a little kid. I find it very hard to go to sleep alone. You know what I mean, don’t you?” 796 more words


Rosemary's Baby (1968 USA)

This post is dedicated to those who were slaughtered (Sharon Tate & John Lennon) or raped (Samantha Geimer) so Roman Polanski could enjoy a successful movie career, untold wealth and women to satisfy his carnal lusts. 647 more words