Having just witnessed a 75th anniversary screening of this classic of noir (thanks to the “expert” direction of first time helmer John Huston), I can […]Continue reading »
Geek Drink of the Week: Bon Temps KickThis week we’re letting the good times kick back with a spicy twist of the mule which has noting to do with vampires.
Find That Film: 3:10 to YumaWe finish up the first season of Find That Film with the Western 3:10 to Yuma. We’re covering the 2007 remake of the 1957 Glenn Ford movie (you should watch this too). James Mangold directs Russell Crowe and Christian Bale in this tale of bad man vs good man.
OTR: Lux Radio Theatre - Destry Rides AgainIf you haven’t seen the film this episode of Lux Radio Theatre is based on, you’re missing one of the better roles from Jimmy Stewart, and that’s saying a lot! He goes from “Aw, shucks ma’am.” to straight-up murder machine at the drop of a hat!
We finish up the first season of Find That Film with the Western 3:10 to Yuma. We’re covering the 2007 remake of the 1957 Glenn […]Continue reading »
For Cassie’s last pick, she has chosen to go with Elton John’s I Want Love. Having never seen the video before, I have to say […]Continue reading »
I failed to create an Oscar related drink but I made a Star Wars related drink. That’s better, right? There are a ton of Star […]Continue reading »
Chances are you may have never seen Tara Strong. But you’ve definitely heard her! And if you’ve never seen her, then I’m afraid that I […]Continue reading »
A little late tonight, but Cassie’s pick for this particular Friday is Michael Jackson’s Rock With You. It’s the touching story of a threeway between […]Continue reading »
It’s no secret I, we, have an unhealthy love of all things Firefly. This isn’t even our first Browncoat related drink. What you may not […]Continue reading »
Sure, you could read the blurb with the photos, but that doesn’t mean a thing. These pictures prove that one day I will travel back […]Continue reading »
1938’s Bringing Up Baby started the screwball genre. Thank goodness it did! Howard Hawks directs Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant in the ridiculous film about […]Continue reading »