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10 Most Upsetting Endings of Favorite Kids' Shows
Everyone out there has a favorite television show they watched as a kid. In fact, many older adults will rewatch their favorite kids' shows as a way to help strike up some nostalgia, get that nice com...
'Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons' - Spectrum File 1 Review
The second part of Big Finish's celebrations of 50 years of Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons are The Spectrum Files, three enhanced audiobooks of Captain Scarlet novels that were published in 1967. T...
Sity Sullivana month ago
Batman Fights Dracula
I was online the other day reading about Gloria Swanson when I came across a note that at the time of her death, she wanted to watch a particular movie she was in, but because it was a lost movie she ...
Texxx-Man Cosplay4 months ago
Kids These Days Will Never Know: Part Two
I hope you liked part one of the list of things I've experienced and had as a child that kids today never knew about. Now, I'll be sharing part two of the things I loved in the 80s and 90s. Again, the...
Rasma Raisters5 months ago
Golden Days of Hollywood
In the early days of Hollywood when everything was just coming together, actors and actresses were adored by fans and they all seemed to put them on pedestals. Two such film actors were a much-admired...
Mark Kennedy6 months ago
How the 80s Ruled the World
Big budget special effects coupled with a great story can be a wondrous thing. With the aid of CGI, a filmmaker can transport us into the magical worlds they create, giving us, sometimes, a well neede...
Lewis Jefferies10 months ago
Bugsy Malone Cast – Then And Now
The famous musical ‘Bugsy Malone’ was first released back in 1976 and got a shed load of positive reviews! The sassy singalong by Sir Alan Parker has a cast of lively unknown youngsters (Jodie Foster ...
alexa p10 months ago
3 Interesting Facts About The Wizard of Oz
The Wizard of Oz started as a children's book and was adapted into a movie in 1939. It is said to be one of the greatest films of all time.
Lewis Jefferies10 months ago
Iconic Fawlty Towers Actor Andrew Sachs Dies Aged 86
#FawltyTowers star, Andrew Sachs has tragically passed away at the age of 86, following a secret four-year battle with dementia, that had left him in a wheelchair and unable to speak. Andrew Sachs pla...
Lewis Jefferies10 months ago
35 Triffic Years Of Only Fools and Horses!
During the war...Wait. No! Let's start again. One of the UK's biggest comedy sitcoms turns a mighty 35 years old today! 'Only Fools and Horses' was created and written by John Sullivan, the two plonke...
Aria Harlowa year ago
The Ziegfeld Girls: Allyn King
Allyn King is one person that shares something in common with me — an eating disorder. Not to draw attention to it but I find I can relate on some level to her struggle. Learning about her life will p...
Abdullah Masooda year ago
5 Best Vintage Shows We Need To See Today
We all love sitting down to watch the old TV shows from back in the days when sex, drugs and teenage angst weren't the only things that TV writers wrote about. Here I do a roundup of all the old TV sh...
Aria Harlowa year ago
Olive Thomas & Her Life
I'm going to explain to you who Olive Thomas was, have a look at her life, and look into her very brief filmography, lost & available, featuring some of my own clippings. Grab snacks & a drink and joi...
Idalis Nievesa year ago
Growth of Disney Women from 'Pocahontas' to 'Frozen'
More varieties to how Disney women (princess or not) are portrayed, drawn, and interpreted.
Nate Galliana year ago
Why Casablanca is a Film Noir
“Film noir” is a hard term to find a definition for. Some film historians argue that the term film noir is a genre while others argue that it is the mood or tone of the movie. Regardless on how you se...
Becky Pitta year ago
Disney's Folly: The Profound Importance of 'Snow White'
Released in 1937, Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the world’s first full-length cel animated feature film and the beginning of booming success for the Disney company. The feature fil...
Sean Patricka year ago
Examining Isabelle Corey in 'Bob Le Flambeur'
In 1956, model Isabelle Corey got her big break in the movies when legendary director Jean Pierre Melville discovered her in the Latin Quarter of Paris. Melville cast Corey as Anne in his classic noir...
Maurice Berniera year ago
Whatever Happened to My TV?
Times are a changing, folks. What once was no longer is. Go to your closet. Put on that shirt, if it has not been thrown away, from 10 years ago. If it is loose, you’re very lucky. If not, I understan...