The Quiet Man, directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne and Maureen O’hara tells the story of Sean Thornton, returning to Ireland after a tragic accident in the boxing ring. He proceeds to try and get his life together in his ancestral home.Read More
Gene Miller and Karen Kavner have written for television for over two decades. In this Special Episode, they sit down with Bob to discuss their debut novel Unraveled: A Novel. Gene and Karen talk about writing for television and the process of writing their novel together. It's a fascinating interview and a fantastic book (if you don't believe me check out the Amazon reviews).Read More
A womanizing man dies in the throws of passion at the hand of the jealous husband. He's brought back to life as a woman. And that's just the first 15 minutes. It only gets stranger from there. So hold on for a wild ride in Goodbye Charlie.Read More
“They Drive By Night” tells the story of two brothers and two women. It’s a story about truck drivers, the men who hire them, the men who work for them, and the women that love them. It’s a story about loss, gain, love and hate.Read More
“Not Wanted” tells the story of a young women who falls in love with an intense moody piano player. She ends up pregnant with his child. Is this a dated story of morays from the 1949 or is it a tale of the social pressures that women suffer under even to this very day?Read More
"This is the true story of a man and a gun and a car. The gun belonged to the man. The car might have been yours... or that young couple across the aisle. What you will see in the next seventy minutes could have happened to you. For the facts are actual."
Based on true events "The Hitch-hiker" tells the story of a killer on the run and two men that have the unfortunate luck to cross paths on the way to a fishing trip in Mexico.Read More
“Do you not think that there are things which you cannot understand, and yet which are; that some people see things that others cannot? But there are things old and new which must not be contemplate by men´s eyes, because they know -or think they know- some things which other men have told them. Ah, it is the fault of our science that it wants to explain all; and if it explain not, then it says there is nothing to explain.”
― Bram Stoker, Dracula
"An evil old house. The kind some people call haunted is like an undiscovered country waiting to be explored. Hill House has stood for 90 years and might stand for 90 more. Silence lay against the wood and stone of Hill House. And whatever walked there, walked alone."Read More
In the remotest regions of the unexplored Arctic an unknown aircraft crash-lands in the ice. A group of scientists and military men are dispatched to find out what happened. And so begins an epic struggle for the fate of planet Earth.Read More
Is Nosferatu a monster or a tragic figure cursed to live forever until he falls in love and forgets his most dangerous weakness.
In a landmark horror film Max Shreck creates an unforgettable image of terror as the undead nosfertu “Graf Orlok”. Directed by F.W. Murnau, the film has scenes that would be copied for decades to come.Read More
City Lights was a silent film in the era of talkies. Charlie Chaplin believed that people would come to his movies despite the fact that "silent movies were dead" after The Jazz Singer was released. And he was right! It's a great movie. In fact, the closing scene may be one of the best ever filmed!Read More
Metropolis is without a doubt one of the finest movies ever created, ever. It features stunning music, incredible visuals and a compelling and deep story. It’s a must watch for any fan of film!Read More
Is it an allegory for how humans treat each other and animals, is it an allegory for the cold war, or is it just a great sci-fi story? Maybe it’s all three at once. Bob and I give it a viewing and a review and we really enjoyed it!Read More