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What Would Marilyn Tell Harvey Weinstein?

DATELINE: Hollywood Sexual Harassment

Grand Marilyn

Despite all of the complaints by actresses about Harvey Weinstein, we keep wondering what legendary star of the 1950s, Marilyn Monroe would have to say about the Hollywood scandal. 251 more words

Biting Irony

Final Jeopardy 10-12-2017

October 12, 2017


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Movie History


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A 1947 FBI study chided this holiday film’s “attempt to discredit bankers…a common trick used by communists” 11 more words

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Poirot’s Murder Most Foul, Justice Most Brutal

DATELINE:  Another Remake on the Horizon

Best Version of Murder on the Orient Express

The David Suchet version of Murder on the Orient Express is a completely different movie than the glitzy Hollywood all-star version of the 1970s. 387 more words

Movie Reviews

Agatha Christie’s ABC Murders with Suchet's Poirot

DATELINE:  A Worthy Series

Suchet as the inimitable Hercule

David Suchet’s bravissimo performance over two decades as Hercule Poirot might be appreciated many times. This week we took in… 314 more words

Movie Reviews

A Covenant with Alien

DATELINE: Another Prequel

Tea for Two?

Ridley Scott is back is one of his better entries in the Alien series. Now in prequel mode, he is midway through the Midway. 206 more words

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The Halloween Franchise... is confusing.


Halloween: The Night He Came Home

  • Released October 25th 1978
  • Written by John Carpenter and Debra Hill
  • Directed by John Carpenter

Haddonfield, Illinois. Halloween night 1963. 2,047 more words

Horror Movie

Biggest Emmy Losers: Despite Quality

DATELINE: Overblow Self-Congratulatory Emmy Awards


How much we are out of touch with the modern Emmy voter!

The best miniseries this past year, in our humble estimation, were nominated for numerous awards.  443 more words

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