This movie already changed your life, whether you know it or not. Here’s Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer, who lives in
Here’s a 1956 film noir, in VistaVision Technicolor! Here’s what the director, Phil Karlson had to say about the film:
Here’s a cool Chinese Ming dynasty era war movie, in Mandarin (Cantonese?) with English subtitles, so you can watch it
Like last week’s trip to 1954 Machu Pichu, here’s a time travelogue to Kenya in 1956. Starring Cornel Wilde and
Here’s Charlton Heston as Indiana Jones. No, really. Sort of. 1954, with Nicole Murray as a sexy Romanian Cold War
This classic features Fred MacMurray as a cop lured over to the dark side by the lovely Kim Novak, in
This 1947 Glenn Ford film finds our hero in the clutches of a beautiful barmaid who has him figured for
Robert Mitchum is one of the Hollywood stars I would have most like to share a bottle of tequila with.
Here’s a Hitchcock film that may have escaped your notice. Here’s the plot summary from IMDb: A serial murderer is
If this movie were any more noir, it would be a parody of itself. Here’s what IMDb had to say
Here’s a 1956 movie with a script written by Rod Serling. It’s about office politics, and naked capitalism. It’s pretty
Hey. Christopher Walken in a pool hustling movie. With Chazz Palmenteri and a little Rod Steiger. How bad could it
The International Movie Database (IMDb, to the cognoscenti) claims that this movie is a comedy, but that’s a stretch. The
Over the top characters drive this hyper-violent crime story based on a graphic novel. Check it out.
Here’s a Keanu Reeves movie about dirty cops. Check it out.
Have you had your dose of over-the-top violence today? Here’s an Eric Roberts movie about a ex-boxer who has fallen
Remember 1968? Yeah, me neither. But I hear it was groovy. And here’s proof. Here’s the storyline from IMDb: Hammerhead
Here’s a World War I movie about pilots and traitors. Check it out.
John Cusack leads this one, as a CIA assassin assigned to watch over a secret broadcasting station and the girl
Yesterday we watched the 1964 remake of this movie, starring Lee Marvin and a 33-year-old Angie Dickinson. Today we’re showing