Tagged: classic

Sons of the Desert 1933 comedy Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy

Sons of the Desert (1933) – A Review

Stan and Ollie are members of the super cool lodge Sons of the Desert. It’s a real cool club where everyone gets to wear fezzes, sashes draped over their shoulders...

Go West 1925 comedy Buster Keaton

Go West (1925) – A Review

Buster Keaton in Go West Buster Keaton heads out west and finds work on a cattle ranch. He tries his best, but he runs into a lot of mistakes on...

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...

Ninotchka 1939 Greta Garbo Melvyn Douglas

Ninotchka (1939) – A Review

Greta Garbo and Melvyn Douglas in Ninotchka Three Russians arrive in Paris to sell the jewels of the Grand Duchess Swana. The sale is delayed and they aren’t in much...

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...

The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) – A Review

 Scott Carey (Grant Williams) has a bit of a problem. Exposure to a cloud of radioactive dust, along with everyday insecticide, has started a chain reaction in his body. He...

Charlie Chaplin Great Dictator

The Tramp and The Dictator (2002) – A Review

The Tramp and The Dictator In 1940 Charlie Chaplin released his film The Great Dictator. It was a film that many discouraged Chaplin to make, would become a struggle for...

Safety Last 1923 silent comedy Harold Lloyd

Safety Last! (1923) – A Review

Harold Lloyd in Safety Last! Harold Lloyd hanging from a clock hundreds of feet over a city street. It’s one of the most iconic images in cinema history. Just that...

The Fly horror movie 1958

Remake Recon: The Fly

In 1957 within the pages of Playboy magazine a short story appeared that sent shivers down the backs of readers. George Langelaan’s ‘The Fly’ would tell the tale of a...

Ghostbusters 1984 comedy cast

Happy 30th Anniversary To Ghostbusters!

Ghostbusters One of the all-time great comedies is turning thirty. On June 8, 1984 Ghostbusters was released onto movie screens across the country and would subsequently become not only one...