Classic Flix Review: The Omen (1976)

I was 5 years old when this came out – about the same age as Damien, the demon child destined to be the antichrist. While I didn’t see this movie until the mid-eighties (thanks to the advent of video rentals), I read screenwriter David Seltzer’s novelization just right before. It was a good and creepy …

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Scene Spotlight: Easter Hymn scene on ‘The Purple Plain’

Happy Easter Sunday, friends! Today's always a special time for me, a reminder how each day is a gift from the Lord and I'm always thankful for the Christ' unparalleled sacrifice on the cross on my behalf and every creature living on earth. Last year, I posted three film recommendations for Easter  if you're in …

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Beauty is Forever: Happy Birthday, Mr. Gregory Peck!

The Hollywood icon would've turned 96 years old today. Though he has passed away for almost a decade, I do think his legacy lives on. I feel like I've been preparing to pay tribute to Mr. Peck for over a month now, but suddenly when the time comes, I find it ever so daunting a …

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Classic Flix Review: Cape Fear (1962)

Greetings, once again! It isn't often that I've been given the opportunity to indulge in a Trifecta or triple play regarding one of Hollywood's premier Tough Guys, Robert Mitchum. I covered his Scary attributes in The Night of the Hunter. His being made for the genre of Noir in Out of the Past. Now, I want to …

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The Ten Best Actors of All Time: Relay Race

My friend Nostra at My Filmviews started this back in mid March, as if he needed to prove to anyone that he lives up to the title 'King of all Blog Series' that I gave him 😀 What's this relay race all about? I'll let Nostra himself explain: "So what’s the idea behind the relay? I’ve …

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The Oscar Best Picture Project and Gentleman’s Agreement (1947) Review

It's Oscar Week, so today we're taking a look at some of the past Best Picture films from each decade from the 20s to the 90s. With some help from my friends, below are a list of reviews they've selected from each decade. sss • Ruth - Gentleman's Agreement (1947) • Iba @ I Luv …

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Valentine Special – 59 Reasons I LOVE Roman Holiday!

Happy Valentine's Day, everybody! May love – romantic or otherwise – fills your heart and puts a smile on your face. Well, a movie that always makes me smile as well as tear up with heartache and joy at the same time is none other than William Wyler's 1953 masterpiece rom-com Roman Holiday. And since …

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