Review of “Dial M for Murder” (1954)

We borrowed this from our local library, Main Library | Orange, CA (cityoforange.org) and watched it last week when Svengoolie was a rerun. I’d never seen it all the way and can now understand why it’s regarded as a classic. Plot:Tennis star Tony Wendice (Ray Milland) gave up the game at the behest of hisContinue reading “Review of “Dial M for Murder” (1954)”

Review of “Them” (1954)

None of the ants previously seen by man were more than an inch in length – most considerably under that size. But even the most minute of them have an instinct and talent for industry, social organization, and savagery that makes man look feeble by comparison.

Review of “The Snow Creature” (1954)

As hot as it’s been lately, it was nice to see some snow, even it was artificial and older than I am. A late entry in to Saturday pizza and bad movie review: Plot: Botanist Frank Parrish (Paul Langton) and photographer Peter Wells (Leslie Denison) leave for an expedition to the Himalaya region to exploreContinue reading “Review of “The Snow Creature” (1954)”