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Welcome to Hell · 1d ago

Cars 3

Cars 3 ~ Once you get past the truly dark first teaser trailer that led children, and some...
Welcome to Hell · 3d ago

Why Worry?

Why Worry? ~ The other Harold Lloyd film (other than The Kid Brother) I got to see while on the 2016 TCM Classic Cruise was Why Worry?, the 1923 follow-up to the classic, and perhaps his best known, Safety Last!.  For this, Lloyd wanted to do somethi...
Welcome to Hell · 4d ago

The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds

The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds ~ This is one of those films I have very distinct memories of as a kid.  When I first got my own black and white TV in my bedroom I became addicted to late night television, especially older movie...
Welcome to Hell · 1w ago

Suicide Squad

Now right up front I was not happy going to see this flick, the third of the DC Comics Ext...
Welcome to Hell · 1W ago

Inside Comedy on Cable

Two new television series have popped up recently exploring the world of stand-up comedy -...
Welcome to Hell · 1W ago

Biff Bam Pop! Celebrates 100 Years of Jack Kirby

Legendary American comic book writer, artist and innovator Jack Kirby would have celebrate...
Welcome to Hell · 1W ago

Gargoyles!

I remember very distinctly seeing this movie when it first aired on CBS in late 1972. This was at a time when my bedtime was in dispute, and by in dispute I mean I wanted to stay up late but my parents didn't.  I would slyly pull this stunt of taking...
Welcome to Hell · 1W ago

Remembering Adam West

This one hit me hard, folks, and I learned about it much the same way I had heard that John Lennon was dead. I awoke the next morning to my radio playing Beatles song after Beatles song, thinking what a great way to start the morning, with Beatles m...
Welcome to Hell · 2W ago

American Gods

I read Neil Gaiman's American Gods so long ago that I barely remember it.  I know I liked ...
Welcome to Hell · 3W ago

Sneaky Pete

This Amazon original starring Giovanni Ribisi is a prime example of how not only has the way we watch television has changed, but so has the way it's made. "Sneaky Pete" has Ribisi doing his best Aaron Paul as a con man in a small town of seeming inn...