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The Keep Watching the Skies! Science Fiction Movies of the 1950s Blogathon Has Arrived!

My Keep Watching the Skies! Science Fiction Movies of the 1950s 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 blogathon roster).  Click on … Continue reading

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One Day Until the ‘Keep Watching the Skies! Science Fiction Movies of the 1950s Blogathon’!

In one day, my Keep Watching the Skies! Science Fiction Movies of the 1950s Blogathon will start.  I am delighted I can honor my favorite decade of my favorite film genre.  Whether you’re watching a cheesy, crappy one or a … Continue reading

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Suspicion (1941)

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“If you’re going to kill somebody, do it simply,” says Johnnie Aysgarth. Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 Best Picture Oscar winner Rebecca was the first film he directed in the U.S. after having spent over 15 years making films in the U.K.  … Continue reading

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Announcing the Keep Watching the Skies! Science Fiction Movies of the 1950s Blogathon!

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My favorite era of science fiction films is the 1950s.  It’s described as the classic era where many of the sci-fi productions were low-budget films designed for a largely teenage audience.  While many were formulaic, gimmicky, comic-book style films, they drew upon the political themes or … Continue reading

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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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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