To audiences, Buster Keaton is “the Great Stoneface.” A man capable of conjuring laughs from doing little more than standing in a dangerous situation and letting what happens happen. His style of comedy is one that could only have come around as a result of the silent era […]
She’s brash. She takes no prisoners. She’s our own Lauren Humphries-Brooks. Love her or hate her Lauren is what makes Citizen Dame so fun because even sometimes we can’t figure her out. So, to honor our favorite New Yorker’s birthday, we sat down to look at the five […]
Welcome to our very late Episode 51! Thanks for your patience!
Coming in 1938, Love Finds Andy Hardy stands as Mickey Rooney’s fourth outing in the role of “Andy Hardy”. The massively popular series spanned more than twenty years and sixteen movies, beginning with A Family Affair in 1937 and ending in 1958 with Andy Hardy Comes Home. The […]
Between this and Netflix’s upcoming retread of The Haunting of Hill House, author Shirley Jackson is in vogue and I couldn’t be happier. Her works are complicated but haunting, even when they aren’t necessarily meant to be horrific. Such is the case with We Have Always Lived in […]
As a child raised with classics like The Ghost Breakers and Road to Morocco, Bob Hope became a figure synonymous with a certain kind of Americana. A legendary comedian of the classic Hollywood era, Hope starred in a high volume of incredibly popular movies. However, his films are […]
Welcome to Episode 50 and our first anniversary!