The Disorderly Orderly (1964)

The legendary Jerry Lewis brings his antics to the medical field in this hilarious classic that does have bits of serious drama but ends with a chase scene that only Lewis could be capable of dishing out. Jerome Littlefield is a former medical school student who due to a condition finds himself working at a sanitarium. He tries too hard and his constant troubles seem … Continue reading The Disorderly Orderly (1964)

Scarface (1932)

Before Al Pacino’s Tony Montana declared the world was his, Paul Muni’s Tony Camonte declared the same thing in this original film based on the Armitage Trail novel. Italian immigrant Tony Camonte has been hired as a gangster in 1930’s Chicago under Johnny Lovo, who had just ordered a hit on south side boss “Big” Louis Castillo so he can become the new boss. Lovo … Continue reading Scarface (1932)

Jarmusch Planning “Ghost” Sequel

Ghost Dog is planning a return…be prepared! The 1999 indie action-drama film Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai has been hailed as a cult classic and nearly two decades later, Jim Jarmusch is planning to bring the character back. Jarmusch, one of indie films’ greatest auteurs, is currently developing the sequel as either a theatrical release or even possibly, a television series adaptation. The news on the … Continue reading Jarmusch Planning “Ghost” Sequel

Could Caplan be Bella Donna in “Gambit”?

Has Gambit found his lady love? It looks like a strong possibility. With development now moving swiftly ahead, it looks like we will finally see Gambit hit the big screen in 2019. While Channing Tatum is still confirmed to take on the role of the Cajun mutant member of the X-Men, who will play the female lead. According to sources, Lizzy Caplan is in negotiations to play the female … Continue reading Could Caplan be Bella Donna in “Gambit”?

Slaughter in San Francisco (1974)

Released as both Yellow-Faced Tiger and Karate Cop, American martial arts champion turned superstar Chuck Norris plays the villain once again in this very typical modern day kung fu film from director Lo Wei. Don and John are two police officers in San Francisco. When they see a young woman, Sylvia Chu, apparently being raped, the cops stop the attackers. However, at the police station, … Continue reading Slaughter in San Francisco (1974)

Justice League (2017)

The long awaited team up has finally arrived and it is safe to say that Zack Snyder made good on his promise. It has been sometime since Superman sacrificed himself to save the world from Doomsday. While the world continues to mourn the fallen hero, Batman has learned something is truly coming after confronting a mutant-like alien. Using Lex Luthor’s notes, he discovers that there … Continue reading Justice League (2017)

The Animals Are Unleashed in “Rampage” Trailer

The animals are unleashed and it is up to Dwayne Johnson to save the day in the first official trailer for Rampage. Based on the 1986 classic video game by Bally Midway, Johnson plays Davis Okoye, a primatologist who has befriended a silverback gorilla named George when the gorilla was only two years old. When George accidentally opens a canister involving a very dangerous chemical, … Continue reading The Animals Are Unleashed in “Rampage” Trailer