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2019 According to Blade Runner

Heya Friends! It’s me, Anna.

Have you forgotten about me? I watch your favorite movie classics for the first time and tell you that I hate them. 224 more words


Goodbye, Princess Leia

Many years ago when I first heard of the death of Jim Henson, the creator of the Muppets, I was sad.

Not crushed, but of course sad that he had died so unexpectedly and at a relatively young age. 925 more words


Stranger Things, Part 1

A throwback T.V. show that pulls from some of the best movies of the 80’s?  Sounds like a perfect conversation for What’s the Hold Up!  This week Payton and I take a look at Stranger Things, episodes 1-4 to talk about the show, speculate a bit on what we think will happen next, and discuss whether or not this Netflix hit is going to Hold Up! 7 more words

Movie Classics

Big Trouble in Little China

Can you plan on making a cult classic?  That’s the question you could ask of John Carpenter and Kurt Russel’s 80’s classic: Big Trouble in Little China.   36 more words

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The Fugitive

The Harrison Ford classic thriller, based on the classic TV Show, based on the Classic literary novel.  This movie was a huge hit in 1993 – but 20 years later, does it still hold up?   12 more words

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Bogart’s Great Anti-Hero Role: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)

This post is part of the Humphrey Bogart 117th Birthday Blogathon, hosted by Sleepwalking in Hollywood and Musings of a Classic Film Addict. Read the rest of the posts in this event… 796 more words


At the Circus Blogathon: Carnival of Souls (1962)

This post is part of the At the Circus Blogathon, hosted by Summer at Serendipitous Anachronisms and Le of Critica Retro. Please check out the hashtag #AttheCircus on Twitter to find more posts in this event! 670 more words