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An absolutely overwhelming experience.
In honor of Elizabeth Taylor’s birthday, Movies & Drinks thought it an ideal time to look at her 1973 thriller from AVCO Embassy Pictures, Night Watch—one of Miss Taylor’s less-successful mid-career outings that should have put her back on top with both critics and ticket buyers.
Hey—ready to have some fun in an already crappy 2019…regardless of your personal orientation, religious beliefs, or political persuasions?! Mill Creek Entertainment’s dynamite Old Dudes Creepin’ On the Young Taint Blu-ray double feature, Age of Consent and Cactus Flower, has something for everyone: the raincoat brigade can get their pervy jollies at home, and the… Read More ‘Cactus Flower’ (1969): Rusty & predictable, but still makes us laugh
At Christmastime, if I’ve been a good boy, I usually get a couple of movie and TV books to enjoy during the more relaxed, quiet days of the holiday (before the inevitable New Year’s Eve brawl). This go-around, I was fortune to receive Simon Sheridan’s exhaustive, marvelously entertaining Keeping the British End Up: Four Decades… Read More ‘Confessions of a Pop Performer’ (1975): Brit sex comedy by future Bond screenwriter still a hoot
Tamped down by a forced PG-13 rating, high school hi-jinx came roaring back in the late ’90s after an absence, and 1998’s Can’t Hardly Wait led the charge and was relatively successful, teeming with young stars–some uncredited–on the brink of breaking big.
More 1960s vintage horror from William Castle.