Monthly Archives: September 2022

Western RoundUp: The Violent Men (1955)

Western RoundUp: The Violent Men (1955) This spring I wrote here about watching Forty Guns (1957) for the first time. Forty Guns was an outstanding Western directed by Samuel Fuller, with Barbara Stanwyck leading a top cast. Finally catching up with that film has now … Continue reading

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Classic Movie Travels: Marcy McGuire

Classic Movie Travels: Marcy McGuire – Iowa and California Marcy McGuire was an actress and singer who was already working in the entertainment industry by her teenage years. She was born on February 22, 1926, in Kansas City, Kansas, as … Continue reading

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Silents are Golden: 8 Great Silent Film Books for Your Library

Silents are Golden: 8 Great Silent Film Books for Your Library Maybe it’s because of those title cards, but a love of silent films and a love of reading about silent films seem to go hand in hand. If you’re … Continue reading

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Silver Screen Standards: The Wolf Man (1941)

Silver Screen Standards: The Wolf Man (1941) When I’m asked to choose a favorite among the classic Universal monster movies, I always pick The Wolf Man (1941). As much as I love Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi in their iconic … Continue reading

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Monsters and Matinees: A Tribute to Carl Kolchak, Monster Hunter

A Tribute to Carl Kolchak, Monster Hunter Let’s be honest creature feature fans. We may love the monsters, but we enjoy the hunt, too. Van Helsing, Hellboy, Solomon Kane and yes, the Scooby Gang, are among the most well-known of … Continue reading

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Noir Nook: Best Noir of the Year – Part I

Noir Nook: Best Noir of the Year – Part I If you know me, you’ll know I love a good list. And what better lists to make than lists about classic film noir features? This time around, I’m serving up … Continue reading

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Film Noir Review: The Brasher Doubloon (1947)

“Rule 1 for private detectives: always deposit retainer before client changes mind.” We all love Philip Marlowe. He’s the essence of film noir distilled to a single character, and he’s responsible for more classics than most screen detectives combined. The … Continue reading

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