Feminist Friday: Suzy (1936)

Our examination of Jean Harlow’s work continues this week with the actress’ 1936 romance, Suzy. It can be safety said that the introduction of the Hayes Code shifted Harlow into a new phase in her career beginning in this year. These 1936 films show the still young actress […]

Thirst Trap: Jonny Harris

I’ve made no secret on the podcast that I’m a fan of boys with accents: English, Irish, Dutch… my love knows no bounds. Now, I’m about to blow your minds with an unconventional addition. Canadian. Yes, faithful readers, you read that right. Now, sit back, relax, and let […]

DameStruck: The Stranger (1946)

I debated putting up yet another Orson Welles recommendation this month, but it is Noirvember and a number of Welles’s films are right now available to stream on Netflix. The Stranger has circulated in public domain prints of varying quality, but it should not therefore be dismissed as […]

Thirst Trap: Ashley Zukerman

Listeners to the podcast will be familiar with my… fondness… for Ashley Zukerman. That guy from Terra Nova, some of you are asking… to which I say, I’m impressed at your memory for popular culture! Anywhoo, there’s so much to like… love… nay, respect (and hell, thirst) over. […]

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