Directed by Mario Bava.
Run to me! Run to water!
Melissa McCarthy stars in a movie about forgery and celebrity.
Best movie I’ve watched in a long while. Best thing I’ve seen Don Johnson in since Miami Vice. Best thing I’ve seen Vince Vaughn in, period. A violent movie where violence is done right. No time wasted on button-pushing, manipulative cliche characters. No bullshit.
I saw this in the theater. I even remember which one, that property is being turned into a Top Golf. Directed by Tim Burton. Michael Keaton. A plethora of TV spots.
Svengoolie changed the schedule this week at the last minute. The Mad Magician with Vincent Price will now be the movie this Saturday night on Me-TV.
Listening to the commentary with Christopher Guest and Eugene Levy. Big Lots DVD. I specifically wanted to hear the story about the nuts. Catherine does look fantastic. Google’s helpful new search features are the worst. Thanks, Google. Idiots.
1945 Lux Radio Theatre with original cast members Dick Powell, Claire Trevor, Mike Mazurki. There was another radio version with cast members in 1948 on Hollywood Star Time (30 min.) From the book, Farewell, My Lovely, by Raymond Chandler.
The time has come, Bigbooty.
I remember liking this is a kid. I think it was something the family rented rather than having been seen in the theater. Not sure if I’ve seen it since or not.
I saw this on this-TV a while back. I also read the book many years ago. It’s a crazy story. Directed by John Schlesinger. Timothy Hutton, Sean Penn.
Keep on Truckin’. Jan-Michael Vincent, Kay Lenz, Slim Pickens, L.Q. Jones, R.G. Armstrong, Dick Miller, Martin Kove. Directed by Jonathan Kaplan.
Sam Peckinpah. We talked about Citizens Band and Breaker! Breaker! All of these CB movies made a lot of money. Then there was Smokey and the Bandit. White Line Fever (1975) with Jan-Michael Vincent is another truckin’ movie I’ve seen. Directed by Jonathan Kaplan.
Charles Grodin. Directed by Aram Avakian. From the book by Gerald A. Browne. Good book. Candice Bergen, James Mason, John Gielgud. Adapted by Grodin. Shout Factory DVD I got off Amazon. It was a hard to find title for a while.
Blu-ray. Never seen it. Drew Barrymore just walked in.
Control Nathan Rabin 4.0 #1. Miami Connection. I just found Rabin’s new site. I first heard of Miami Connection right here on The Golden Horn.
The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T will be the Svengoolie movie this Saturday night on Me-TV.
Tough Guy Chronicles #1: Charles Napier by Nathan Rabin.
Take a deep breath. You are gonna need it.