What if the SF movies of the 1950s had been documentaries? Realistic portrayals of an America where mad science was part of everyday life, and a federal agency worked to …
More movies? Sure, why not?
One of my favorite movies from the 1980s is “To Live and Die in L.A.” I recently re-watched it – but also read the novel upon which the movie is based for the first time, and again began listening to the film’s outstanding soundtrack.
Look! Movie reviews! Nobody can get angry at movie reviews!
The summer blockbuster season has prompted me to contemplate certain long-running and generally well-liked cinematic franchises – and why they even exist.
The Return of Dr. Mabuse (1961) has enough unmaskings for an entire season of Scooby Doo. With the exception of Inspector Lohmann (Gert Frobe) nobody is exactly who they appear …
This is just a thing people have been tagging me with, and even though they always say “You don’t have to comment,” well, I am a writer; if I can’t comment, what’s the point? After my answers ballooned up to column-size I decided to make it a column.