Clyde’s Movie Palace: Two on a Guillotine (1965)

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 […]

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13 FRIGHTENED GIRLS REDUX: THE ANOINTED ONE SPEAKS

Way way back when I first reviewed 13 Frightened Girls, I watched it with my youngest son, Joshua and hoped to cajole him into offering up his perspective. A much younger viewpoint to balance out the critique or to prove you didn’t have to be the ancient mariner to enjoy movies made before the year […]

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FROM THE CLYDESTUFF PLANETARY WASTE BIN: fORBIDDEN PLANET (1956)

Having originally written this review three years ago, I have re-edited it and updated the photographs to make the captions easier to read and more legible.  I also updated my commentary in order to relate the film to current events.  I do not leave my politics, opinions, my beliefs, or my personal feelings out of […]

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CLYDE’S MOVIE PALACE: APRIL LOVE (1957)

If you are going to enjoy April Love, the less you know about the personal beliefs of Pat Boone, the better.  Unless you go to the church of WACKO.  Then it will not matter. Unfortunately for me, before beginning this review, I had already known a few things about his religious idiosyncrasies. Or should I […]

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