The Love God?

When it comes to family friendly classic TV shows, they don’t come much more squeaky clean than The Andy Griffith Show. For me, the man who the series was named for was never the standout player on the show. That honor belonged to Don Knotts as Barney Fife. When Knotts achieved greater stardom thanks to…

Forgotten Filmcast Episode 95: Hero at Large

These days we have tons of superhero movies, but back in the 80’s that wasn’t the case. There were a few, though. On this episode of the Forgotten Filmcast Heather Baxendale from the MILFcast stops by to discuss the 1980 pseudo-superhero flick, Hero at Large. Download the Show: iTunes Podomatic Your Listen Show Notes: MILFcast…

Kissin’ Cousins

I’ve never considered myself to be a really big Elvis fan, yet I’ve found that I have a bit of a soft spot for his movies. They are often a very simple premise with some fun songs and a few pretty girls for the King to get sweet on. Often it seems that they just…

Forgotten Filmcast Episode 94: One False Move

On the latest episode of the Forgotten Filmcast Todd is joined by Courtney Small from Cinema Axis to discuss a movie that was meant to be a direct-to-video film, but earned a theatrical release instead…1992’s One False Move. Download the Show: iTunes Podomatic Your Listen Show Notes: Cinema Axis Courtney on Twitter Film’s Discussed: One…

Sabotage

Movies and TV shows are just full of all sorts of ordinary people who take it upon themselves to solve crimes. Don’t worry about pesky things like rule of law or chain of evidence…as long as we’ve got little old ladies who write murder mysteries, or meddling kids who drive around in psychedelic vans with…