April 2016 Blindspot: A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

It's been ages since I wanted to see A Streetcar Named Desire, not sure why I've put it off. I feel like I have watched it as one day I actually watched a bunch of clips from this film on youtube. There's of course the famous scene where Brando yelled 'Stellaaaaaaa...!' that's been parodied many …

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My entry to the Against the Crowd Blogathon: A battle of two Sword-and-Sandals Movies

Wendell over at Dell on Movies is reprising his blogathon from a year ago. Since I didn't participate at the time, I knew I had to do it this time around. Dell's idea is that this is our chance to tell the world about our love for a movie everyone else hates and the other way around. 1. Pick one …

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June 2014 Blind Spot Film: REBECCA (1940)

As with a lot of the BlindSpot viewings this year, there are a lot of firsts in regards to REBECCA. No, it's not the first Hitchcock film I saw, but it's the first Laurence Olivier AND Joan Fontaine film I ever saw. I didn't know David O. Selznick produced this, which was interesting given that I …

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Musings on actors-turned-directors… who are your favorites?

Seems like every other week there's news that another actor is trying their hand at directing. Just this past month alone, I read that James Franco is supposedly directing a Lindsay Lohan biopic (??) and Philip Seymour Hoffman seems ready to be back in the director's chair (after Jack Goes Boating) with a Depression-era ghost story …

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Classic Flix Category Debut with Hitchcock’s “Rebecca” Review

Welcome to FlixChatter's Classic Flix category debut, featuring this blog's first ever guest blogger, Vince 'Rockerdad' Caro, whose passion and extensive knowledge of the genre never cease to amaze me! I'm honored to include his in-depth reviews of Hollywood classics and reading 'em definitely inspire me to start watching those flicks and see what I've …

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