ArtLark always has something interesting to say on the subject of cinema and its impact on American history and culture. Here Art deals with Dennis [...]
Today, May 25, is a hallowed day for science fiction geeks everywhere. On this day in 1977, 37 years ago, the original Star Wars premiered. After [...]
Crossbow arrows, John Hurt naked and a script possibly written on hallucinogens. What's not to like?
So, you've seen me blog about my complicated relationship with the movie Braveheart before (as well as its creator Mel Gibson). When I came across this [...]
Astonishingly, this horribly cheesy film about the circus walked off with the Academy Award in 1952. How and why did that happen?
I want to thank Aaron at the Yesterday Unhinged blog (which you should follow, if you don't already) for the opportunity to participate in his [...]
The greatest cultural artifact of the disco era is based on a famous hoax.
This is the Manila Film Center, located in the Cultural Center of the Philippines, in Pasay City, a neighborhood of Manila. This is the national [...]
Still the most frightening Dracula film ever made.
The pulp director who makes terrible horror films about guys running around in their underwear. Yes, seriously.