state of emergency

STATE OF EMERGENCY – Movie Review by Spike Harville

Zombies are my favorite monsters therefore I watch every zombie movie I can find and, since zombies are the flavor of the month right now, as you most likely know, … Continue Reading →


ERASED – Retro Movie Review by Spike Harville

All evidence of box office totals has been erased for the movie “Erased” (2012). It cost $16,000,000 to make and I can’t get a good estimate on what it brought … Continue Reading →

50 first dates

50 FIRST DATES: Movie Review by Spike Harville

“Are you staring at me or her? ‘Cause you’re starting to freak me out.” That’s my favorite line from the second onscreen pairing of Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, the … Continue Reading →


ACTING – A Family Affair.

Many actors are related, some connections are obvious; some not so much. Take John and Patrick Wayne. Patrick had key roles in many of his dad’s movies and went on … Continue Reading →

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Oscar Loves Snow White

At the 1939 Academy Awards child actress Shirley Temple presented to Walt Disney a special “Oscar” for his film “Snow White”. The Academy thought so highly of the ground-breaking animated … Continue Reading →



As you know, The Beatles made several movies; “A Hard Day’s Night”, “Help!” and “Yellow Submarine”. What you may not know that John Lennon spearheaded a move to make the … Continue Reading →


LARA CROFT: TOMB RAIDER – Movie Review by Spike Harville

Angelina Jolie stars in another video game made into a movie as Lara in “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” (2001). The production budget was $115,000,000 and it made $274,703,340 at the … Continue Reading →

forward unto dawn


The lines are getting very blurry, my friend. I recently watched, and will review here, “Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn” a “movie” that had its origins in a video game. … Continue Reading →

Double Indemnity

DOUBLE INDEMNITY – Movie Review by Spike Harville

Directed by the legendary Billy Wilder,  “Double Indemnity “ (1944) stars Fred MacMurray as Walter Neff,  Barbara Stanwyck as the love interest and Edward G. Robinson as an insurance investigator.  … Continue Reading →

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THE GENERAL – Movie Review by Spike Harville

The beginning of “The American Civil War” a.k.a. “The War Between the States” on April 12, 1861 is the opening setting for the Buster Keaton silent comedy classic “The General”. … Continue Reading →