The Unholy

If the movies have taught us one thing, it’s that being a priest in a horror flick ain’t no Sunday school picnic. They’re always having to deal with things like demons, nuns with fangs, and little girls who spin their heads around and vomit pea soup. The 70’s were an especially big time for the…

Uninvited

After watching all four films in the Airport series a few years ago, George Kennedy became one of my favorite actors. Watching him as Joe Patroni in those films, you start to believe that guy can do just about anything. Of course, Kennedy won the Academy Award for best supporting actor for Cool Hand Luke,…

Blood Hook

There are certain weapons that have become trusty favorites of slasher movie killers. The machete, the chainsaw, the butcher knife, the glove with razor sharp fingernails…just to name a few. Things can get a bit tired, though, if we don’t have some originality every now and then. So, why use a meat cleaver when you…

The Rats are Coming! The Werewolves are Here!

Werewolves are one of those trusty standbys when it comes to horror movie monsters. It’s kind of a perfect formula when you think about it. After all, the guy looks like anybody else during the day, but when that full moon hits, it’s all teeth and drool and the shredded bloody corpses start piling up.…

Halloween Series 2018

Well, it’s that time of year again!  Like many movie blogs, we like to spend the month of October focused horror films here at Forgotten Films.  I admit, I’ve been really behind on getting this year’s Halloween series ready this year…but hopefully we’ll keep a steady stream of horror film reviews coming over the course…

Forgotten Filmcast Episode 116: Strike Up the Band

On this episode of the Forgotten Filmcast, Todd is joined by Ruth Kerr from Silver Screenings to look at Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland in the 1940 Busby Berkeley musical Strike Up the Band. Download the Show: iTunes Podomatic Your Listen Show Notes: Silver Screenings Ruth at Twitter Movies Discussed: Strike Up the Band To…

Forgotten Filmcast Episode 115: Kiss Me, Stupid

Even filmmakers as famous as Billy Wilder have movies that enter the realm of forgotten films. On the new episode of the Forgotten Filmcast, Todd is joined by Max Baril from Classic Movie Musts to discuss Wilder’s 1964 film Kiss Me, Stupid. Download the Show: iTunes Podomatic Your Listen Show Notes: Classic Movie Musts Max…