Horror movie icon Dwight Frye has become a Halloween favorite in modern times, but his career could not live up to all that Dwight Frye was able to offer as an actor. This Halloween let us talk about one of the most entertaining and versatile actors of the horror movie genre.Read more "Talkin’ Pictures: The Legend of Dwight Frye"
“Throw your arms across your eyes and scream, Ann. Scream for your life!” ~Carl Denham, King Kong (1933)Read more "Movie Trope Thursday: Screaming Woman"
For Halloween let us look at a monster movie that isn’t scary but is pretty scary in how bad it is.Read more "Riffraff: The Beach Girls and the Monster (1965)"
Denmark-born actor was pulled to America by MGM where they wasted him in bland leading man roles despite his talents as a versatile actor. Here is a tribute to the face of our website.Read more "Today’s Underrated Actor Spotlight: Nils Asther"
Rodgers and Hart song sung by talents like Jeanette MacDonald, Gloria Jean, Deanna Durbin, Peggy Lee, Fred Astaire, and Jerry Lewis.Read more "I Like to Recognize the Tune: Lover"
Virginia and Bianca’s film suggestions for the week of 10/26 through 11/1 all playing on Turner Classic Movies.Read more "Weekly TCM Suggestions: 10/26 2015 – 11/1 2015"
Fiery and strong leading lady of some of the best movies ever made including The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), How Green Was My Valley (1941), Miracle on 34th Street (1947), The Quiet Man (1952), and The Parent Trap (1961).Read more "RIP Maureen O’Hara (1920-2015)"
Those actors that have worked together numerous times: the Powells and Loys, the Ladds and Lakes, the Pidgeons and Garsons, etc. Where would be we without them?Read more "Talkin’ Pictures: Movie Screen Couples"
“I’m not employed here. I’m not a book salesman. I took one look at you and followed you into the store. If you’d walked into a restaurant, I would have become a waiter. If you walked into a burning building, I would have become a fireman. If you’d walked into an elevator, I would have stopped it between two floors and we’d have spent the rest of our lives there.” ~Henry Van Cleve, Heaven Can Wait (1943)Read more "Movie Trope Thursday: Meet Cute"
How could the likable and always fun David Niven ever make such a bad movie? Well, let’s find out!Read more "Riffraff: The Impossible Years (1968)"