Friday Aug 15
Here Comes the Bride
Forget those damned blade wielding misfits from today's mindless slasher films, real horror films need a monster and after Lugosi and Chris Lee's vampires, never was there a better monster than Boris Karloff's Frankenstein who was fleshed out with speaking parts in James Whale's still brilliant Bride of Frankenstein, the only one of the great ... (more)
Silver Bullet Comics
When the Frankenstein Monster and the Planet of the Apes Collided with I Spy
My article about the second season of I Spy , inspired by the release of Timeless's DVD complete set, the piece became a monster, way beyond anything I had thought it would be when I began writing on the series.
'Arsenic and Old Lace' to screen at the Grandin
Amy Archer-Gilligan has been cited as the inspiration behind the play and later film "Arsenic and Old Lace," but her story may not be as comical as the play.
A Bloody Good Time: A Tribute To Dick Smith
A Bloody Good Time: A Tribute To Dick Smith Posted by Joseph Lee on 08.07.2014 One of the greatest makeup artists ever has passed away.
Every Wednesday Matinee Announced for September at Montclair Public Library
Matinee , a film series presented in its auditorium. This program screens classic films and, through November 2014, only films listed on the American Film Institute's list of the 100 Greatest Movies will be shown.
A pinch of wit and a dash of hilarity on stage with Westmoreland Playersa Arsenic and Old Lace
With their current production, "Arsenic and Old Lace," the Westmoreland Players have tackled another show from the earlier Broadway and film productions that have engraved certain actors' portrayals of their characters onto the public consciousness.
My home video staycation: B-movie mysteries
Insets, from top left: Ralph Byrd, Lionel Atwill, Veda Ann Borg, Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Dick Wessel, Anne Jeffreys, George Zucco, George Meeker, June Collyer and Anne Gwynne.
Ain't It Cool News
Alex Kurtzman (as in Kurtzman and Orci) to direct the MUMMY reboot...yay?
We knew that Universal was planning to reboot their lineup of classic Hollywood monsters, including FRANKENSTEIN, DRACULA, THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, and THE MUMMY, with the latter going into production first.