I’ve decided to have a separate category for Old Hollywood themed posts because I KNOW you classics loving people want no distractions. So come and get unapologetically immersed in this era of lush black and white visuals, handsome chiseled men, and fierce femme fatales.
Last week’s Thursday Movie Picks was all about private investigators and though I missed it, I still wanted to share with you five private eye classic movies that I’ve seen and – mostly – loved.
For my February Blind Spot pick I figured nothing would be more fitting than one of the most famous and acclaimed romantic movies of all time, All That Heaven Allows (1955).
Calling all blindspotters for a new edition of the Blind Spot Series! Challenge yourself to watch 12 great movies this year, and join us!
The end of the year is approaching, which means we’re wrapping up another edition of the Blind Spot Series! Read on for all the entries.
Being October, the pick for the Blind Spot Series could only be a horror movie. Here’s what I thought of the classic Bride of Frankenstein (1935).
For September’s Blind Spot I picked Ingmar Bergman’s classic take on religion and mortality, The Seventh Seal (1957).
This month’s Blind Spot is the classic western by italian director Sergio Leone, Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (1966). Starring Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef, it’s hailed as one the absolute best movies of all time, but did it live up to the hype? Or was I just bored out of my mind?
Paths of Glory (1957) [pipdig_stars rating=”5.0″ align=”center”] directed by Stanley Kubrick starring Kirk Douglas, Ralph…
Metropolis (1927) [pipdig_stars rating=”4.5″ align=”center”] directed by Fritz Lang starring Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel and…
La Notte, 1961 [pipdig_stars rating=”4.5″ align=”center”] directed by Michelangelo Antonioni starring Jeanne Moreau, Marcello Mastroianni…
Love With the Proper Stranger, 1963 [pipdig_stars rating=”4.0″ align=”center”] directed by Robert Mulligan starring Natalie…
In the first Blind Spot of the year, we look at George Stevens’ sizzling romance from the 50s, starring Old Hollywood giants Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift.