We have one more link to share from The Richard Matheson Blogathon: It Came From The Man Cave! found Burn, Witch, Burn, just an O.K. entry in the genre, though he did appreciate the performance of lead man Peter Wyngarde. Rich at Wide Screen World and I would like to thank all the bloggers who participated in this event. We hope you enjoyed it as … Continue reading The Richard Matheson Blogathon–Final Wrap-Up!
This post is part of The Richard Matheson Blogathon, hosted by Rich at Wide Screen World and ME. Check out the rest of the fantastical posts in this event HERE! I was so pleased when Rich at Wide Screen World proposed this blogathon topic, because writers often get the short shrift when it comes to movies and television. Devoting an entire blogathon to a prolific … Continue reading The Richard Matheson Blogathon: Amazing Stories: “The Doll” (1986)
We have an amazing array of blog posts for the first day dedicated to writer Richard Matheson! My co-host Rich at Wide Screen World, who is a non-driver, examines the issue of “road rage” with his review of Stephen Spielberg’s Duel. Realweegiemidget Reviews looks at the more romantic side of Richard Matheson with his beloved time travel drama, Somewhere in Time. John V’s Eclectic Avenue … Continue reading The Richard Matheson Blogathon – Day 1 Recap
We are two days away from The Richard Matheson Blogathon! There’s till time to join in! It runs from Saturday, March 9 – Sunday, March 10. If you want to join in, leave a comment here or under the original post, or contact me or Rich on Twitter (my handle is @DebbieVee; Rich’s is @Ratzo318). Looking forward to great event! Continue reading The Richard Matheson Blogathon Begins Soon!
This post is part of the So Bad it’s Good Blogathon, hosted by Taking Up Room and Realweegiemidget Reviews. See the rest of the participants in this event HERE! When I heard about this blogathon topic, I knew right away what my choice would be: the 1964 adaptation of Harold Robbins’ potboiler novel The Carpetbaggers. The interesting thing about this book is it was actually … Continue reading So Bad It’s Good Blogathon: The Carpetbaggers (1964)
It’s been quiet here the past month. Thought I’d do an update: My mother, whose mobility has been declining for years, suddenly declined even more. It was so rapid we were taken by surprise. She cannot get up or walk even with assistance. We wanted to get her into assisted living, but she was rejected because of the mobility issue. We got a short-term solution … Continue reading So I Haven’t Been Around Lately…
(Sorry I’m a little late with these. Lots of upheaval in my life the last couple of months.) Happy New Year! It’s time for me to take a look over the past year in pop culture! As always, these are about my personal preferences and just for fun. The Television Episode That Kicked the Ass of Anything in Movies Award: Pretty much every minute of … Continue reading Debbie’s Totally Random and Completely Insignificant Pop Culture Awards of 2018
I am so excited to announce this new blogathon! I was invited by Rich at Wide Screen World to cohost a blogathon devoted to science fiction writer Richard Matheson. We’ve had blogathons devoted to actors, directors, and even composers, but I think this is one of the first devoted to a writer, which is awesome! He was very prolific, not only writing novels, novelettes, and … Continue reading Announcing The Richard Matheson Blogathon!
This post is part of The Year After Year Blogathon, hosted by MovieMovieBlogBlog. Read the rest of the posts in this event HERE! There are many, many, MANY adaptations of Louisa May Alcott’s classic tale of four sisters growing up during and after the Civil War in Concord, Massachusetts. As we speak, a new film version starring Emma Watson and directed by Greta Gerwig is … Continue reading The Year After Year Blogathon: Little Women (1994)
If you have some last-minute shopping to do for the holidays, I am happy to recommend the following books for the teens (or YA-loving adult readers) on your list: The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton: Set in a fantasy world based on antebellum New Orleans, young women known as Belles are blessed (cursed?) with the ability to magically modify other people’s appearances. Every Belle, especially protagonist … Continue reading Book Recommendations for Your Holiday Shopping 2018
This post is part of the Regaling About Richard Burton Blogathon, hosted by Realweegiemidget Reviews. Read the rest of the regaling posts HERE! I’m not going to sugar coat it, folks: the 1981 film Lovespell, starring Richard Burton and Kate Mulgrew, is awful. I mean, really, really, REALLY awful. Why did I choose it for the blogathon, you may ask? Two reasons: Richard Burton rises … Continue reading Regaling About Richard Burton Blogathon: Lovespell (1981)
Hi, sorry, I’m a little late with the final wrap-up for the Greatest Film I’ve Never Seen Blogathon. I was waiting for the holiday to pass to allow for more late submissions. The Wonderful World of Cinema is happy she chose The Man With the Golden Arm, particularly because of Frank Sinatra’s jaw-dropping performance. 18 Cinema Lane decides the Hallmark Channel’s The Christmas Card doesn’t quite hold up … Continue reading Greatest Film I’ve Never Seen Blogathon – Final Wrap-Up!
More greatest posts for Day 3 of the blogathon! Nostalgic Italian is impressed by the stunning visuals and twisty plot of The Third Man. MovieRob finds his usual aversion to foreign films did not keep him from appreciating the genius of The Seventh Seal. He’s also wowed by the imagery and imagination of Metropolis. Moon in Gemini finally gets around to seeing The Hidden Fortress and studying its influence on the … Continue reading Greatest Film I’ve Never Seen Blogathon – Day 3 Recap
This post is part of the Greatest Film I’ve Never Seen Blogathon, hosted by ME. Please check out the other greatest posts in this event HERE! (NOTE: I had planned to also review Seven Samurai for this blogathon, but personal issues and obligations made that impossible. I will definitely be seeing (and reviewing) it in the near future!) Previous to watching Akira Kurosawa’s The Hidden … Continue reading The Greatest Film I’ve Never Seen Blogathon: The Hidden Fortress (1958)