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Rants & Raves: The force, much like the Star Wars universe, is very unbalanced.
How to end on a high note by Conner Schwerdtfeger We can all agree
Strong Starters by Conner Schwerdtfeger Thrilling movies – particularly those of the comic book
10 Comic Book Movies That Were Almost Made by Randy Krinsky It’s no secret
10 Best Superhero Films of All Time by Randy Krinsky Recently, I unleashed my
I've been writing an eight-part series of articles about the so-called Hollywood 'Pre-Code Era,'
The Struggle between Order and Abject: Irvin Yeaworth’s The Blob. (1958) The 1950s
"There are wonderful films waiting to be discovered from all over the world.
I've recently been running a series of articles about the so-called 'Pre-Code Era' in
The sleaziest of the sleazy epic films of the Pre-Code era...and it's a Biblical
The Pre-Code Gangster Films. Of all the excessive Pre-Code films, perhaps the most 'normal'
Pre-Code Vixens, Dames and Broads: Part 2, the Scheming and Conniving Tramp! In one
An Argument for the Uncanny: A Brief Analysis of James Whale’s Frankenstein (1931) In
Pre-Code Vixens, Dames and Broads: Part 1, The Modern Girl This article is one
Far Better and Far More Exciting the First Time Around.... The Mouthpiece (1932) Grade:
What the heck is a 'Pre-Code' picture?! If you love older Hollywood films, you
The unusual genesis of two 1960s TV classics Head of the Family--D+ Make Room
Final Recommendations. by Martin Hafer I recently wrote a short series of articles about
You've GOT to see Marty… The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse production of Marty (1953)—A The
Make time for No Time for Sergeants… Original made for TV production (1955)—A+ Hollywood
12 Angry Men--television version, A 12 Angry Men--the movie, A+ In 1954, Reginald Rose's
How could such a wonderful idea be executed so poorly?! by Martin Hafer Ida
Just a few obscure comedy early comedy gems… Recently, Influx published several articles from
It certainly won’t be appreciated nor seen by everyone. Paris 60 is a very
A hidden Film Noir gem If you have Netflix (and that would seem to
Gawrsh! Goofy sure is going to be mad... Escape From Tomorrow is a surreal,