Svengoolie will be showing Murders in the Rue Morgue this Saturday night on Me-TV. Cinematography by Karl Freund.
Dead Man’s Eyes will be the Svengoolie movie this Saturday night on Me-TV. Inner Sanctum with Lon Chaney, Jr. I think this may be a new one for Sven.
I uh didn’t write this fast enough. Oops. Films that are SF/F genre (or genre-adjacent) that are currently scheduled to be released in 2016 for US markets. Sorted roughly by what subgenre the film is. Some parts lose their objectivity. My apologies for some of the lame jokes.
This week Svengoolie will feature Dr. Cyclops. From the uncredited co-director of King Kong and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. In TECHNICOLOR.
Well I’ve done what many thought was extremely stupid, not to mention possible. Over the course of the past year, I’ve watched 365 movies that I had never seen before. Many of those movies I never plan on seeing again, but there were many enjoyable experiences mixed along the garbage. Below is the full listing of…
The Mummy’s Hand will be the Svengoolie movie this Saturday night on Me-TV. One of my first ever Svengoolie posts on my own Kinja page.
We started out with 64 Christmas classics, and it’s been a contentious series. But we’re finally to the Final Four. Which classic will survive to reach the championship round? Time to vote to find out.
According to Gaiman’s Twitter feed (and via The Guardian) he is currently in talks with a studio to pen a script for an adaptation of Mervyn Peake’s landmark fantasy series Gormenghast.
The Svengoolie movie this week will be The Mole People. Hugh Beaumont from Leave It To Beaver and Alan Napier from Batman.
The O-Deck’s December Madness has now reached the Sweet 16 stage. Will #TeamScissors continue to unseat its betters? Will the #1 seeds continue to dominate? Only one way to find out.
The first rounds have been completed, and we’re down to 32 competitors in the O-Deck’s December Madness. From here on out the decisions get harder, and the pain is more pronounced. Who will be upset today?
I know what you’re thinking: Harrison Ford. And, if we adjust for inflation, you’re right: Ford has appeared in five of the fifty highest-grossing films of all time, if we take into account how the dollar has shifted over time: Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and …
The contest to decide which holiday classic is the best holiday classic continues. We’ve settled the traditional films and the television episodes. Now it’s time for round two.
March’s monopoly on madness has been called into question. No longer shall madness be restricted to a single month in the year. It’s time to decide once and for all what the best Christmas classic truly is.