Tagged: 1960s

Lady In A Cage (1964) – Review

Olivia DeHavilland is the Lady in a Cage Wealthy poet Mrs. Cornelia Hilyard (Olivia DeHavilland) is home alone for the 4th July weekend. Her son has just left for a...

Fantastic Voyage 1966 sci-fi submarine

Fantastic Voyage – 50 Years Later

Fifty years ago movie audiences sat down in darkened theaters to witness a film that would take them to ‘where no one has ever been before‘. They learned from the...

Wait Until Dark Audrey Hepburn

Wait Until Dark (1967) – A Review

Audrey Hepburn in Wait Until Dark How could anyone have the nerve to terrorize Audrey Hepburn? Especially a blind Audrey Hepburn! Three thugs are on the search for a doll...

The Fortune Cookie 1966 comedy Jack Lemmon Walter Matthau

The Fortune Cookie (1966) – A Review

Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in The Fortune Cookie Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in their first big-screen pairing. Directed by the great Billy Wilder! And it turns out just...

Barbarella Jane Fonda

Superhero Films – Barbarella (1968)

Producer Dino DeLaurentis returns to my superhero series with an attempt to bring Jean-Claude Forest’s popular ski-fi vixen to the big screen. Resembling actress Brigitte Bardot, the French comic strip...

36 Hours James Garner

36 Hours (1965) – A Review

36 Hours It’s early June 1944 and the Germans will goto any lengths to find out the best kept secret of the war – the plans of the Allied invasion...

Psycho Janet Leigh shower

Remake Recon: Psycho

In 1960 Alfred Hitchcock took a step back from his glossy, big-budget color films to make a small horror film. Small budget, black and white and controversial Psycho was unleashed...

One Million Years BC Raquel Welch cave girl

One Million Years B.C. (1966) – A Review

Raquel Welch in One Million Years B.C. Cavegirls in fur bikinis! Stop-motion dinosaurs! Volcano models erupting! This is the way it was in One Million Years B.C.! Tumak (John Richardson)...

The Last Voyage 1960 disaster movie Robert Stack

The Last Voyage (1960) – A Review

The Last Voyage Cliff Henderson (Robert Stack), wife Laurie (Dorothy Malone) and daughter Jill (Tammy Marihugh) are enjoying a leisurely cruise onboard the SS Claridon headed to Japan. They expect...