September 2019 in Film

Hello, movie buffs! Happy autumn! September was another small viewing and blogging month for me, but still worth taking a look back at. Here’s what I watched. New-to-me viewings: 9 Re-watches: 2 Total for September: 11 Total for 2019, so far: 131 The new-to-me list:   Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (2019) Angel Has Fallen (2019) The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019) Black Narcissus … Continue reading September 2019 in Film

SUTS 2019: Recommendations for August 24 – 31

Is it just me or has this month flown by? We’ve already made it to the final Summer Under the Stars recommendation batch for 2019. I hope those of you with access to TCM have enjoyed this year’s viewing and discovered a few new favorites! Below are my picks for August 24th through 31st! As usual, all times are in Eastern and linked titles will … Continue reading SUTS 2019: Recommendations for August 24 – 31

SUTS 2019: Recommendations for August 17 – 23

Another week gone! Apologies for getting this up a bit late — I meant to post it on Friday. As you read this, I’m in the middle of my almost-two-weeks in the woods. But my DVR is filling back at home, and I’m here to give you my recommendations for August 17th through 23rd! As usual, linked titles will take you to my previous coverage … Continue reading SUTS 2019: Recommendations for August 17 – 23

Sapphire (1959)

It’s an average, pleasant day in Hampstead Heath. A lot of people are out and about; children are running and playing. But things take a grim turn when the children discover the body of a young woman who has been stabbed to death. Police get right to work investigating, learning that the woman was Sapphire Robbins (Yvonne Buckingham), a college student. Their investigation takes a … Continue reading Sapphire (1959)

Creating a Hitchcock Fan with Four Films

I’ve mentioned several times on the blog that my sister and I have a long-standing tradition of sharing movie nights — or, as we call them, “Sister Movie Time.” Usually, we load up on snacks, cuddle with her cats, and watch the nostalgic films of our youth or rent some recent releases we missed in theaters. For our latest movie night, we agreed to do … Continue reading Creating a Hitchcock Fan with Four Films

June 2019 in Film

New-to-me viewings: 14 Re-watches: 5 Total for June: 19 Total for 2019, so far: 95 The new-to-me list: Rocketman (2019) Logan’s Run (1976) How to Make an American Quilt (1995) Ma (2019) The Leech Woman (1960) Superman (1978) Cult of the Cobra (1955) Late Night (2019) Shaft (2019) Dr. Cyclops (1940) Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019) Annabelle Comes Home (2019) Yesterday (2019) The Outlaw … Continue reading June 2019 in Film

Ride the Pink Horse (1947)

“That’s the kind of man I like — the man with no place.” Lucky Gagin (Robert Montgomery) has traveled to New Mexico in search of Frank Hugo (Fred Clark) — and revenge. Hugo was responsible for the death of Gagin’s friend, Shorty Thompson. Gagin plans to blackmail Hugo to avenge Shorty’s death and line his own pockets. Soon after arriving in town, Lucky meets Pila … Continue reading Ride the Pink Horse (1947)

Corridors of Blood (1958)

“Pain and the knife are inseperable.” You would be forgiven for assuming that a film titled Corridors of Blood and starring none other than Boris Karloff would be a classic horror flick about a murderous count and his castle or a tunnel-dwelling vampire. But, brushing off all expectations, Corridors of Blood takes us back to London in the mid-19th century, where Karloff is a well-intentioned … Continue reading Corridors of Blood (1958)