Ninotchka’s Guide To Paris

Garbo was definitely not known for being a comedienne. Oh, no. This screen queen was in deadly earnest. Dramatic.  Serious. Always, dahling. As time went on, though, M-G-M tried revamping Garbo's image, which is why it took thirteen years for her to make her first comedy, and that was the 1939 film, Ninotchka. Three Russians, Iranoff, … Continue reading Ninotchka’s Guide To Paris

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House Horrible

It might sound funny since I've already reviewed House of Dracula and The Fall of the House of Usher (see a pattern forming here?), but I'm not big on horror movies. I can handle Vincent Price and the classic chillers, but slashers and jump-scare fests just aren't my thing. Horror combined with mystery is a different matter … Continue reading House Horrible