Up until a few days ago, I didn’t know that a Bitch Slap movie existed. I’d been watching some video’s on YouTube of commentator and podcaster, John Campea. I latched onto his YouTube broadcast a couple of weeks ago strictly by accident when it popped up with his commentary regarding the Scarlett Johansson/Disney mess. Some […]Read More
Having deleted my Facebook Personal Page permanently, I keep my Clyde’s Alley Public Facebook Page associated with this blog. Granted, I’ve not exactly set the blogging world on fire with posts recently, but I always hope that more blogging with more in-depth content is just around the corner. Sure. But you can catch up on […]Read More
I’ve finally have completely disengaged myself from Facebook. I’ve known all along I was wasting my time there. It had turned into nothing more than a stream of urine circling the drain. Trumpanzees were always pissing me off and I’d hit them with a block. I’ve had several cousins block me because I dared to […]Read More
In a review I once wrote regarding a Bob Hope film, The Lemon Drop Kid (1951), I reminisced about the olden days of yore, when the peasants were relegated to choosing between three whole (yes, count them, THREE!) TV channels, if they were lucky enough to live in a major metropolitan area. Or at least within […]Read More
Having spent Thanksgiving Day with the Baxters, let’s travel across town for a different kind of Thanksgiving. Notice that I said different, not necessarily better. Whereas George Baxter was a high falutin’ fancy duds lawyer, Jim Anderson is just a low falutin’ not so fancy duds insurance salesman. He can’t afford a maid so he […]Read More
Clyde’s Classic Holiday TV: Hazel (1961-1966) Season 1 Episode 9: Everybody’s Thankful But Us Turkeys
From Wikipedia: Hazel is a competent, take-charge, live-in maid in the home of the Baxter family. George Baxter (Don DeFore) is a partner in the law firm of Butterworth, Hatch, Noll and Baxter; Hazel calls him “Mr. B”. George’s wife, Dorothy (Whitney Blake), is an interior decorator, whom Hazel nicknames “Missy”. Their son Harold (Bobby […]Read More
I know that when Two on a Guillotine was released, they had some scary ads on television to entice young impressionable minds to head to the local cinema and get the crap scared out of them. Afterwards you could go home, hide under the blankets, and have nightmares for the rest of your adolescent and […]Read More
For fifty weeks of the year, Fort Lauderdale, Florida is a small corner of tropical heaven, basking contentedly in the warm sun. During the other two weeks, as colleges all over the country discharge their students for Easter vacation, a change comes over the scene. The students swarm to these peaceful shores in droves, twenty […]Read More
A few years back I had a firm notion that it would be fun to go back in time and review a few of the books that had begat some of the films I had reviewed. I guess this idea was like taking the proverbial cart you had placed before the horse and trying to […]Read More
War of the Worlds (1953) has been one of my favorite Science Fiction films for as long as I can remember. I’m not sure when was the last time that I watched it. But what can one expect when you have literally a few thousand movies at your disposal on DVD/Blu-ray? Sometimes it takes a […]Read More
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