It would begin to appear that the 'B' in B-Movie now stands for Bruce Willis as he once again ventures into the world of DTV and VOD. Brucey’s latest effort sees him don a trendy scarf for the majority of the film...
Hopefully you enjoyed the recent Shot at 60 comeback. This week, the current actor-based specials conclude with three-time Oscar winner, Meryl Streep. Enjoy! Manhattan (1979) United Artists / Dir: Woody Allen / Prod: Joffe The Seduction of Joe Tynan (1979) Universal Pictures / Dir: Jerry Schatzberg / Prod: Bregman Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) Columbia Pictures... Continue Reading →
Welcome to the latest addition of Shot at 60, an addition featuring a few cult favourites (I guess?) and perhaps an average film or two. Enjoy... Shaft (1971) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Dir: GordonParks / Prod: Freeman Magnum Force (1973) Warner Bros. / Dir: Ted Post / Prod: Daley Blazing Saddles (1974) Warner Bros. / Dir: Mel Brooks /... Continue Reading →
My tenth Shot at 60 post! Amazing, right? Anyway... enjoy! A Clockwork Orange (1971) Columbia-Warner Distributions / Dir: Stanley Kubrick / Prod: Kubrick The Towering Inferno (1974) Warner Bros. / Dir: John Guillermin / Prod: Allen Taxi Driver (1976) Columbia Pictures / Dir: Martin Scorsese / Prod: J. Phillips & M. Phillips The Jazz Singer (1980) Associated... Continue Reading →
Welcome to my first post... Instead of posting an iconic shot from nine different films, I'm being different - I'm posting a shot from a second or two after the one hour mark in a film's duration. Here are the nine shots: Dirty Harry (1971) Warner Bros. / Dir: Don Siegel / Prod: Siegel & Daley... Continue Reading →