What Star Wars Means to Me

My Father, Dad, had three loves movies, sports and frugality. During the warmer months, we would go to the drive-in movies. One of his favorites was Shankweiler’s where I remember watching “Bambi” and my first memory of that theater was … Continue reading »

USA Culture :: Movie Night at the Drive-in

Tuesday, June 6th. A major pop culture phenomenon, lasting several decades, began on this date in 1933. With the automobile increasingly reshaping Americans’ habits, Richard Hollingshead opened the nation’s first drive-in movie theater in Camden, New Jersey. Soon, drive-in movies … Continue reading »

Couch Film Festival :: Roger Moore

Sir Roger George Moore, KBE was an English actor. He is best known for playing secret agent James Bond in seven feature films between 1973 and 1985. He also played Simon Templar in the television series The Saint between 1962 … Continue reading »

Couch Film Festival :: Cage Movies

This week’s three films for Couch Film Festival are those with cage theme. No, not Nicholas Cage, but an actual cage in the title or within the film Caged (1950) Pregnant nineteen-year old Marie Allen is sentenced to prison as an accessory to … Continue reading »

Three Ways to Watch Star Wars

Movies Only Episode I: The Phantom Menace II: Attack of the Clones III: Revenge of the Sith IV: A New Hope V: The Empire Strikes Back VI: Return of the Jedi Star Wars: The Force Awakens Star Wars: Episode VIII … Continue reading »

Movies in Theaters April 28 2017

SPONSORED AD A selection of movies opening or showing in movie theaters this weekend. The only previews I see are the ones that are shown in the movie theater. »

The Nun Who Kissed Elvis

Mother Dolores Hart, OSB – “The Nun Who Kissed Elvis” – to Speak at The Leo House in New York City Devout Benedictine nun to address the importance of love in today’s challenging world and sign copies of her inspiring … Continue reading »

Female Director Spotlight :: Susan Froemke

Oscar-Nominee And Grammy Winning Director Susan Froemke And Renowned Cardiologist Dr. Valentin Fuster Premiere New Film The Resilient Heart Coast To Coast Film Debuted At The Newport Beach Film Festival And During The Tribeca Film Festival Oscar®-nominee and Grammy® winning … Continue reading »

Awards at the 1st Annual Autfest Film Festival

Autism Society and Ed Asner Honor Ben Affleck & Pixar Filmmakers at 1st Annual Autfest Film Festival “The Accountant,” “Po” and “Swim Team” Among Films Awarded for Celebrating Autism Awareness “From Spectrum to Screen” Oscar®-winning actor Ben Affleck, Pixar filmmakers … Continue reading »

Regal Theater Microwavable Popcorn

Take Home a Taste of the Movies with Regal’s New Microwavable Popcorn Regal partners with Dollar General to offer a new line of microwavable popcorn Regal’s introduction of microwavable popcorn creates opportunities for busy families and friends to enjoy moviegoing … Continue reading »

Couch Film Festival :: Hag Horror

Psycho-biddy is a colloquial term for a subgenre of the horror/thriller movie that features a formerly-glamorous older woman who has become mentally unbalanced and terrorizes those around her. The genre officially began in 1962 with the film What Ever Happened … Continue reading »

Discover Movies Using Movie-Map

Movie Map is a music discovery website based on your artist input. People who like [insert an movie title] might also like these artists. The closer two names are, the greater the probability people will like both artists. Click on any … Continue reading »

Couch Film Festival :: Seven Heroes

Seven Samurai (1954) A samurai answers a village’s request for protection after he falls on hard times. The town needs protection from bandits, so the samurai gathers six others to help him teach the people how to defend themselves, and the … Continue reading »