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The Mel Brooks Blogathon Arrives!- Day Three

Day Three of the Mel Brooks Blogathon has arrived!  Below are the entries that have been submitted so far (the list will be updated as entries come in; click here for the original blogathon announcement and roster, here for Day One of the blogathon, and … Continue reading

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The Mel Brooks Blogathon Arrives!- Day Two

Day Two of the Mel Brooks Blogathon has arrived!  Below are the entries that have been submitted so far (the list will be updated as entries come in; click here for the original blogathon announcement and roster and here for Day One of the blogathon).  … Continue reading

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Spaceballs (1987)

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“You have the ring, and I see your Schwartz is as big as mine.  Now let’s see how well you handle it,” says Dark Helmet to Lone Starr. One of my favorite comedies growing up was a little Mel Brooks … Continue reading

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The Mel Brooks Blogathon Arrives!- Day One

Day One of the Mel Brooks Blogathon has arrived!  Below are the entries that have been submitted so far (the list will be updated as entries come in; click here for the original blogathon announcement and roster).  Click on the links, enjoy, and, of … Continue reading

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The Twelve Chairs (1970)

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“I want to grovel at your feet!  I must grovel at your feet!” exclaims Father Fyodor.  Madame Bruns replies, “No groveling!  There will be no groveling in this house!  This is a Soviet household!  We don’t allow groveling!” After winning … Continue reading

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Announcing the Mel Brooks Blogathon!

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Mel Brooks is one of the greatest comedic filmmakers of all time, having made many classic comedies, most of which spoofed a particular film or genre.  From The Producers to Young Frankenstein to Spaceballs, Brooks has left an incredible legacy in the worlds of comedy and cinema.  June 28th marks Brooks’ … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 9/9/14 Recommendations

New releases:                                                                                     Classic releases: