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It’s always the way: I am tearing the place apart looking for something which I never find but I uncover something which I had completely forgotten about. In this case I found a couple 0f pages of stickers promoting Joe … Continue reading
This is a fascinating curio from the late 1940s that I discovered on the Internet Archive channel on my Roku box. It’s a low budget Western featuring an all black cast and starring The King of the Jukebox — Louis … Continue reading
PLUS 2 ALL NEW BLOCKBUSTERS!!!
More aimless sketching at the YMCA. My son and I recently saw the big budget, American remake/reboot of the Japanese kaiju classic, and I guess the big G was floating around my brain and out through the end of my … Continue reading
The early ’80s was a curious time for movies with studios chasing down the movie that they would hope would be the record-breaking blockbuster. In the wake of Star Wars, science fiction and fantasy were in and all of the … Continue reading
One of the beefs that people level at Netflix’s streaming service is that there’s nothing to watch. I don’t know about that. While it’s true that the studios seem to be bickering with Netflix over how much their libraries are … Continue reading
Imagine making it to Third Base with the hottest girl in school using an ordinary TV set and a set of instructions that only cost THREE BUCKS!!!
Remember when the terms First Run, Second Run and Drive-In were used referring to movie theaters. Some towns had what we called dollar theaters which seemed to catch the very tail end of a movie’s release. Others had revival houses … Continue reading
Button, button, who’s got the button? This was the last thing Alice saw.
Well, it is for one booze soaked, belligerent baboon, but not for Mickey & Sylvia! Monkey & Bird continues at CO2 Comics! Read the latest installment HERE! New to Monkey & Bird? See where it all started by clicking HERE!
This film which was also known as Monstrosity is an utter piece of crap, but it’s one of those things that I saw on Dr. Shock when I was in grade school, and it remained lodged in some dusty corner … Continue reading