Esther Williams headlines this drama, comedy, cartoon about the exploits of the Higgins family as they train for the English Channel swim. It's the whole family picking up from rural Arkansas and heading to the south coast of England to train and prepare for this epic swim.Read More
Starring the incomparable Danny Kay “The Court Jester” delivers some drama and intrigue but mostly it delivers the laughs. Not just giggles mind you, but really good belly laughs. And Bob and I can hardly keep it together talking about the “vessel with the pestle”!Read More
It's a creature feature double-feature. Two classics from the golden age of cinema science fiction.
Aliens and giant ants in the desert threatening humanity with utter destruction. "It Came From Outer Space" and "Them!" are classics that bring back a lot of great memories for both of us. And Bob surprises me with his rating of Them!Read More
Considered a classic western, included in several top 100 films of all times lists, and often quoted and imitated, Shane brings it all, the acting, the direction, the script, the cinematography, and on and on. It really is a great film and Bob and I couldn't stop talking about it.Read More
Set mainly in and around an urban hospital it tells the story of Ray Biddle a violently racist character, Edie Johnson, Ray’s ex-sister-in-law and Dr. Luther Brooks an up-and-coming young doctor as their lives crash together in the aftermath of an attempted robbery.
Bad Day At Black Rock is as relevant today as it was when it was released in 1955. Directed by John Sturges, and starring a powerhouse all star cast, including Robert Ryan, Anne Francis, Dean Jagger, Walter Brennan and Ernest Borgnine, Bad Day At Black Rock delivers the goods!Read More
Genevieve, oh Genevieve, why must you be so fickle. Breaking down every few miles. It’s only 60 miles from London to Brighton but in these turn of the 20th century cars it feels more like 600!Read More
Please somebody help us! We’ve wandered into the cemetery at midnight and the ghouls are out cavorting in the radiant moonlight. They’ve tied us to a post and forced us to watch “Orgy of the Dead”.
Murder On The Orient Express is the big screen adaptation of the Agatha Christie’s novel of the same title, directed by Sidney Lumet and starring, well, a LOT of top names actors and actresses with stand out performances by Albert Finney, Marin Balsam, and Ingrid Bergman (to name just a few).Read More
While traveling in continental Europe, Iris Henderson realizes that an elderly lady seems to have disappeared from the train. Or did she just imagine it all? What's really going on? And whatever you do, don't disparage Cricket in front of Caldecott and Charters! This is classic Alfred Hitchcock and a whole lot of fun is had on and off the train. Enjoy!Read More