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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FROM THE REFURBISHED SECTION OF CLYDE’S MOVIE PALACE: WHERE THE BOYS ARE (1960)

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 […]

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CLYDES MOVIE PALACE: WAR OF THE WORLDS (1953)

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 […]

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IN REGARDS TO DR. SLEEP MY OPINION STILL HOLDS

I just finished watching Dr. Sleep for the first time since son Joshua and I saw it at the Imax theater last year. My opinion still holds: It is far superior to It: Chapter Two. While I thought It: Chapter One was fantastic, the second movie was a pretty big disappointment. My son also concurred […]

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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: It Came From Outer Space (1953)

Cinematography by Clifford StineEdited by Paul WeatherwaxWritten by Harry Essex & Ray BradburyDirected by Jack ArnoldProduced by William Alland The 50’s and 60’s were often a vast wasteland when it came to cheaply made Science Fiction movies or Horror films.  That’s because a vast majority were produced as a cheap way to get teenagers into […]

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