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Movies of 1987 Bracket Game: Spaceballs Vs. Raising Arizona

As we approach the end of round one, it’s time to get silly.  We had some laughs in the Steve Martin round yesterday, but today we’re just going to get stupid with two cult comedies that are all about the jokes.   681 more words


Film Review: HOCKEY NIGHT (Canada 1984)

Director: Paul Shapiro
Writers: Jack Blum, Paul Shapiro
Stars: Megan Follows, Rick Moranis, Gail Youngs

Review by Gilbert Seah

While watching HOCKEY NIGHT, which has a limited release during the Christmas week at the Roncesvalles Cinema in Toronto, I was amazed at how accurate the film captured the 80’s look from clothes, to look to atmosphere to everything. 513 more words

Holiday Writing

In between the meals, and in between the pints. I’ve found some time to write something just so I can write. I’m behind a closed door, in a room somewhere in Northern Ontario where I have written a few things before. 242 more words

Notes From The Frogpond

Still allergic to new ideas, Warner Bros. to remake Little Shop of Horrors

Depending on your age, you might remember Little Shop of Horrors as a low-budget 1960 horror film starring Jack Nicholson or a delightfully campy 1986 musical film starring… 154 more words


Little Shop of Horrors (1986)

Dir: Frank Oz, 1986


Quite possibly, Rick Moranis’s best film and, arguably, his standout performance.

Seymour Krelborn (Moranis) is an deprived shop assistant, working at Mushnik’s (Vincent Gardenia) flower shop on Skid Row. 621 more words