TMP Reads: “I’d Love to Kiss You…” Conversations with Bette Davis by Whitney Stine

Whitney Stine became a fan of Bette Davis before he’d seen even one of her films. Plagued by a series of illnesses as a child, Stine was often confined to his bedroom, unable to take up an outdoor hobby. His sister had a solution: she gave him a stack of fan magazines, left over from… Read More TMP Reads: “I’d Love to Kiss You…” Conversations with Bette Davis by Whitney Stine

TMP Reads: Cinema by Kenneth W. Leish

Kenneth W. Leish’s Cinema was published in 1974 by Newsweek Books. Blending his own research with excerpts other well-known, film-centric tomes, Leish’s book is also packed with stunning images and illustrations from all eras of classic film. Cinema covers film history, production, the development of certain genres, the transition from silents to talkies, Academy Award… Read More TMP Reads: Cinema by Kenneth W. Leish

TMP Reads: The Things That Keep Us Up At Night: Reel Biohorror by Victoria Sutton

Disclaimer: I was sent a free copy of The Things That Keep Us Up At Night in exchange for an impartial review. Other than receiving the free book, I am not being compensated for this review and all opinions listed below are 100% honest. Released by Vargas Publishing, The Things That Keeps Us Up At… Read More TMP Reads: The Things That Keep Us Up At Night: Reel Biohorror by Victoria Sutton

Could it be a movie?: Junius and Albert’s Adventures in the Confederacy

Junius and Albert’s Adventures in the Confederacy: A Civil War Odyssey by Peter Carlson is a fantastic non-fiction read about two New York Tribune reporters, Junius Browne and Albert Richardson, and their time spent hunting down stories in the Confederate states during the American civil war. As soon as I read the synopsis for this… Read More Could it be a movie?: Junius and Albert’s Adventures in the Confederacy