Five Reasons To See “Frankenstein”

Everybody knows who Frankenstein's monster is. Let's be honest. He's as notorious as Dracula with an almost equally formidable filmography. We'll go into that another time with a proper "Page To Screen," but today we're only interested in the 1931 Universal classic and why it's worth watching. Frankenstein came out ten months after Dracula and Universal Studios … Continue reading Five Reasons To See “Frankenstein”

Cagney the Rogue

Despite his love for it, James Cagney didn't get to sing and dance a whole lot in the movies. Warners wanted him to be a gangster and nothing but with very few exceptions. So of course when Cagney got the chance to be a song-and-dance man, he ran, uh, danced with it. One of those … Continue reading Cagney the Rogue