Bob Bloom looks back at "The Dead Zone" for "Ew, David!"
A monthlong look back at the work of David Cronenberg continues with "The Fly."
Bob Bloom looks at "Beginning of the End" for No Sleep October.
When a normal film buff considers movies about nuns, the first titles that spring to mind are Ingrid Bergman in The Bells of Saint Mary’s or perhaps Audrey Hepburn in The Nun’s Story.… continue
The character of Batman has a long cinematic history. He was the first comic-book crimefighter to reach the big screen in The Batman, a 15-chapter serial released on July 16, 1943, by Columbia Pictures.… continue
Licence to Kill is an ironic title for the 16th James Bond outing since, at the beginning of the movie, Bond is stripped of his 007 status and said license (sorry, American spelling in the body copy, folks) to kill is revoked.… continue
Bob Bloom unwraps the Universal Mummies series.
Bob Bloom looks at Keanu's foray into Shakespeare.
Bob Bloom continues Endless Summer with a look at "The Rock."
Bob Bloom looks at Tilda Swinton's grand grotesqueries in "Snowpiercer."
Bob Bloom looks at Vin's breakout role in Steven Spielberg's war epic.
Bob Bloom discusses the biopic's contemporary relevance.
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