My Favorite Romantic Films

Here’s a list of can’t-miss romantic movies that should appeal to people of all sexual persuasions, just in time for Valentines Day.

2011: A Year-End Review

Here’s a listing of movie and TV people who left us during 2011 (some of whom you may not have heard much about), plus brief comments and a link to the Internet Movie Database or other sites where you can read more, including two who have tributes on this site.

Humphrey Bogart, Simply the Greatest

One of the unlikeliest of heartthrobs, Bogart could play tough, romantic, or craven, but always with an edginess that sometimes bordered on insanity.

A to Z List Updated

Our alphabetical list already contains over 2,000 classic films, and we’re now in the midst of a major update, adding even more links to help you buy classics, mostly from the 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s, on DVD (and some on VHS) at the best prices!

A Salute to Richard Widmark

He made a big splash in his screen debut, then spent much of his career trying to overcome the impact of that Oscar-nominated performance. Luckily for us, Richard Widmark was successful, and turned in dozens of memorable performances from the 40s to the 90s.

The Animation Art of Walt Disne

Saluting the man who turned animation into a genuine movie art form and entertained several generations of children and adults, and whose legacy continues today through the company named after him.

Scary Movies for Halloween

Our annual and very popular Halloween list of the best and scariest classic movies, updated with the best sources of VHS and DVD copies, plus a few review links.

Thanksgiving in the Movies: Myth vs. Reality

While we enjoy our turkey and stuffing, we might want to think about how much our movie-inspired image of that day in 1620 differs from the reality.

A Tribute to Jackie Cooper

> Wishing a happy birthday to the former Little Rascal and living legend who became the only person under the age of 18 ever to be nominated for a Best Actor Oscar.

A Tribute to Donald O’Connor

The song and dance man, star of “Singin’ in the Rain” and buddy of Francis the Mule, had a show business career that lasted over 75 years.