Tagged: year: 1972
Moving right along, here are the next twenty films that made an impression on me in one way or another, providing me with years of entertainment (and nightmares) from the moment I saw them.
With the fiftieth anniversary of the first splatter film Blood Feast upon us, here’s my interview with legendary filmmaker Herschell Gordon Lewis.
This was my third year at the TCM Classic Film Festival and I swear it gets better every year.
Warner Bros is celebrating moms around the globe with a very special giveaway for two lucky winners! Two random people will be chosen and be given a Bluray copy of either A Star is Born (1976) or Cabaret (1972).
The 90s were full of fun, engaging and sometimes bizarre animation, all which was meant for “children”. My personal favorites were mostly attached to two major networks that were born (or re-born) in the early 90s: Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon. Let me start with the FUN.
It didn’t take long for El Chavo del Ocho to crossover with everyone’s now favorite, of the moment invisible horse rider Psy.