There’s a straight-to-video feature film—released in 1996—entitled Star Hunter…which I will charitably describe as a homage (French for “rip-off”) to Star Wars and Predator. The presence of Roddy McDowall and Stella Stevens does not mean that this is a good movie, but what may be of interest to the Thrilling Days of Yesteryear faithful is that the direction of this cheesy… Continue reading “I hate to break the news to ya…but I think you’re a vampire!”
Faithful TDOY readers are aware of this but for those of you just joining us…I am woefully behind in catching up with recently-released movies. Granted, it’s not something that keeps me awake at night because I’ve rationalized that there are too many older and classic films still on my “Must-See” list but occasionally it does cause me… Continue reading I knew there was a reason why I haven’t stepped inside a multiplex for three years now…
Those of you who read this blog on a regular basis (as opposed to those who just look at the pictures) are no doubt aware that last July some fast-talking CSR at CharredHer Cable convinced me I could save a little bit of money on my monthly cable bill by adding Showtime /The Movie Channel, etc. to… Continue reading I’m going to sit right down and write myself a letterbox
I learned back in November of last year from my Facebook chum and blogging compadre Jaime “Something Old, Nothing New” Weinman that NBC was going to institute a three-hour block of sitcoms on Thursday nights beginning this January 20th and this event cannot arrive here soon enough for me…because it means the return of Parks and Recreation to the… Continue reading “I’m Ron @#$%ing Swanson!” and the Age of Ophiuchus
Dr. Albert C. Barnes, born into a working-class family from Philadelphia, put himself through medical school as an amateur boxer and amassed an immense personal fortune in the pharmaceutical business by patenting a drug called Argyrol (a silver nitrate substitute used in the prevention of venereal disease in newborns). He used his wealth to obtain… Continue reading Never Steal anything small
When we last looked in on the merry-go-round that is my life, I mentioned yesterday that the CharredHer people had managed to talk me into signing up for a year of Showtime after demonstrating that I would save some money on my monthly cable bill. Last night, I kind of ambled through the offerings on both… Continue reading Saddle up—it’s Showtime!
I’m not going to tell you what time my father knocked on the door to my apartment today because I’m a teensy bit embarrassed that I slept that long…but after welcoming him in and asking what I could do for him, he informed me that he had planned to take me to lunch. Naturally, I… Continue reading My lunch with Dad…and another fabulous Thrilling Days of Yesteryear giveaway