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Tonight: Halloween Eve Watch Party – with Film Friends and “House on Haunted Hill”

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Annmarie Gatti on Oct 30, 2020

Our First-Ever Watch Party and Chat!Celebrating Halloween with our Classic Movie Friends andHouse on Haunted Hill So happy to announce that we’ll be hosting our First-Ever Watch Party and Live Chat on YouTube tonight at 9pm ET with our very special Film Friends Aurora @CitizenScreen, Kelle read more

The Funny Papers: Haunted House Re-Do

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Kellee Pratt on Oct 30, 2020

Haunted House Re-Do: The Ghost Breakers (1940), Scared Stiff (1953) and more! There’s something exhilarating about haunted houses. I’m not talking about the type that thrill-seeking teens spend their parents’ hard-earned cash on every October or even the creepy, old historic homes that could read more

FAVORITE ANGRY MAN #3: Juror 4 (E. G. Marshall)

The Old Hollywood Garden Posted by Carol Martinheira on Oct 30, 2020

FAVORITE ANGRY MAN #3: Juror 4 (E. G. Marshall) On October 30, 2020 By CarolIn Uncategorized Stoic and unemotional, Juror 4 (E. G. Marshall) voices his opinions well and with a seemingly calm exterior. While some other Jurors may rely on their personal read more

Death Becomes Her

The Best Picture Project Posted by Alyson on Oct 30, 2020

Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn and Bruce Willis star in this wonderfully weird, dark comedy about vanity, revenge and immortality. When talentless stage-starlet Madaline (Streep) steals Helen’s (Hawn) fiance, Ernest (Willis), Helen goes mad plotting revenge. Several years of marriage later, Ernest is a read more

Watching 1939: Mr. Wong in Chinatown (1939)

Comet Over Hollywood Posted by on Oct 29, 2020

In 2011, I announced I was trying to see every film released in 1939. This new series chronicles films released in 1939 as I watch them. As we start out this blog feature, this section may become more concrete as I search for a common thread that runs throughout each film of the year. Right now, th read more

On Blu-ray: Doris Day Breaks Out in Romance on the High Seas (1948)

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Oct 29, 2020

 In Romance on the High Seas (1948) Doris Day made one of the most impressive film debuts in Hollywood history. In that performance, she emerged as a fully-formed star, ready to top the box office in the decade to come. Now this light-hearted musical, with its charming supporting cast read more

Retro TV: Carl Reiner

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Annmarie Gatti on Oct 29, 2020

Carl Reiner Television lost one of its authentic geniuses a few months ago, on June 29, when Carl Reiner died at the age of 98. Given his advanced age, this shouldn’t have been surprising, and yet it was. He seemed in good health and, as recent as the morning of his death, he was tweeting to read more

Dancing Lady (1933): Joan Crawford & Clark Gable

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 29, 2020

You know the drill. In the throes of the Depression, the idle rich fritter their wealth away at such social events as striptease and then attend the ensuing night court until they get bored with the whole affair. Tod Newton (Franchot Tone) is one of their ilk, but he’s more engaged than other read more

Having a Ball with the Phantasm Sequels

Cinematic Catharsis Posted by Barry P. on Oct 29, 2020

 It’s not an exaggeration to state there was nothing else like the original Phantasm when it was unleashed upon unsuspecting audiences in 1979. Don Coscarelli’s low-budget wonder employed an almost indescribable mixture of genres and tones, all under the overarching theme of th read more

Lombard by the '(Screen) Book'

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Oct 29, 2020

We've previously noted Carole Lombard's appearance in the April 1936 issue of Screen Book, where she served as "guest editor." In fact, we dedicated two entries of Carole & Co. to this issue, https://carole-and-co.livejournal.com/672326.html and https://carole-and-co.livejournal.com/672670.html.The read more

OUTSIDE THE LAW On Blu-ray From Kino

The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog Posted by Dan Day, Jr. on Oct 28, 2020

 Another home video presentation of a rare silent classic from Kino. This time it is the 1920 OUTSIDE THE LAW, co-written and directed by Tod Browning. This was an early collaboration between Browning and Lon Chaney, but it is not a tale of the macabre. Set in San Francisco's Chinatown dis read more

Top of the World: Even More Film Recommendations for Halloween

The Wonderful World of Cinema Posted by Virginie Pronovost on Oct 28, 2020

In 2016 and 2019, I used my blogging platform to give people ideas of films to watch during the Halloween season. I’ve decided to repeat the concept this year as I always love writing these blog posts. Plus, I’m killing two birds with one stone by making this an entry for Kristen’s read more

Hometowns to Hollywood Posted by Annette Bochenek on Oct 28, 2020

Out of all the Silent Era stars, Jobyna Ralston is easily among my favorites. Possessing a talent for drama and a strong knack for comedy, Ralston projected the image of a lovely female heroine in numerous films. Appearing in the first Best Picture winner Wings (1927) and frequently co-starring with read more

Robert Montgomery's identity crisis

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Oct 28, 2020

Robert Montgomery, Carole Lombard's co-star in 1941's "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," had a lone and successful career, excelling in numerous genres and in both film and television. And yet, perhaps he's slipped through the cracks of time -- many seemingly don't know who he is, or what he looked like. Perhaps h read more

Possessed (1931): Joan Crawford and The “In” Crowd

4 Star Films Posted by 4 Star Film Fan on Oct 27, 2020

We open up on the Acme Paper Box Co., which has a down-and-dirty industry strewn about its edges. If the people flooding out of the factory are any indication, this will be a dusty, grubby, little picture. Two of their employees are Al Manning (Wallace Ford) and Marian Martin (Joan Crawford). He read more

The Impossibly Difficult Name that Movie Game

Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers Posted by The Metzinger Sisters on Oct 27, 2020

Today's game features a spooky scene from a film that is very fitting to watch on Halloween. A front view of this character would have been too easy for our readers, so in keeping with the title of the game we hope this is "impossibly difficult"! Have no idea what this game is about? Simply click on read more

Podcasts for Classic Film Fans: October Round-up

Classic Movies Posted by KC on Oct 27, 2020

 I didn't have as much time as usual to listen to podcasts this month, but the shows I did catch were extra delightful. All of these episodes are packed full of love for the movies, from great memories, to interesting film recommendations. Episode titles link to the shows:Warner Archive Podcast read more

The table read is up!

Carole & Co. Posted by carole_and_co on Oct 27, 2020

Carole Lombard never was able to read one of my scripts, but a group of professional actors (many with IMDb credits) recently did.It took a little longer than anticipated, but Saturday's virtual table read for my larger-than-life romantic comedy "Stand Tall!" now is up. You can find it at https://yo read more

Western RoundUp: Lone Pine (Virtual) Film Festival

Classic Movie Hub Blog Posted by Laura Grieve on Oct 27, 2020

Western RoundUp: Lone Pine (Virtual) Film Festival Every October for the past half-dozen years I’ve spent Columbus Day weekend at the Lone Pine Film Festival in Lone Pine, California. In a Western RoundUp column last fall I shared a look at some favorite moments from the 2019 read more

HALLOWE'EN FUN: The Black Castle, 1952

Caftan Woman Posted by on Oct 26, 2020

Ah, Hallowe'en! Crunchy leaves underfoot, cozy sweaters, and movies. Oh, the movies! The Universal Studios logo, the Swan Lake theme, and the familiar and welcome chills. Of course, that is when we go back to the early 1930s with The Mummy and Frankenstein and Dracula. Today let's visit with a favou read more
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