Captain Blood: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

Unless you’re a huge Errol Flynn fan, Captain Blood is not the first Flynn film I would recommend watching. Flynn’s body of work, including The Sea Hawk, The Adventures of Robin Hood, Dive Bomber and Gentleman Jim show his tremendous[…] Read More

The Bad and the Beautiful Movie Review

The Bad and the Beautiful: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

Relationships are complex, and few movies demonstrate this as well as The Bad and the Beautiful. The 1952 black and white film starred Kirk Douglas, Lana Turner, Walter Pidgeon, Dick Powell, and Barry Sullivan. The film, which was directed by[…] Read More

A Face in the Crowd

A Face in the Crowd: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

If I mention the name Andy Griffith, you’re probably going to think of The Andy Griffith Show or Matlock. Well, before Griffith gained success as the affable and wise Sherriff Andy Taylor on the Andy Griffith Show during the early[…] Read More

Original Movie Poster Sale: Pretty in Pink, 12 Monkeys and More

FFF Movie Posters is currently running a one-week sale on Ebay featuring 15 original movie posters, each with more than one available in stock. What makes this sale special is that every poster in it came directly from a former Paramount[…] Read More

Giant: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

Producer and Academy Award winning director, George Steven’s western epic, Giant, could not have been more aptly named. Released in 1956, the film had an incredible star-studded cast, which included Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor, and James Dean. Grace Kelly was[…] Read More

All About Eve: Movie Review By Brandy Isadora

Have you ever met someone, who seemed warm and friendly, but left you with the feeling that something wasn’t quite right? There’s no tangible evidence that something is amiss. It’s just something that you feel. A lingering doubt that this[…] Read More

Stealing Heaven: A Valuable Gem

Many movies are made that tell stories from history.  Think Queen Margot and Schindler’s List.  Many of these movies get wide release and much attention.  Many win Academy and Emmy awards.  In 1988, the late Simon MacCorkindale and his beautiful[…] Read More

Little Women: Movie Review by Brandy Isadora

Since its publication in 1868, Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, remains one of the most read novels for young readers. The book, which is loosely based on Alcott’s life, shows the coming of age of four sisters: Meg, Jo (who[…] Read More

Freaks: Movie Review

When Freaks was originally released in 1932, the movie was banned and director Tod Browning’s career was irreparably destroyed. MGM initially considered Myrna Loy as Cleopatra and Jean Harlow as Venus, but in the end the studio chose less high[…] Read More

Janice Rule: When Janice Ruled

Actually Janice didn’t rule.  She should have ruled.  She could have ruled.  She had the beauty and talent to make her one of the most successful actresses of her time.  She also had a certain chutzpah or spunk that could[…] Read More