FTA

I was born at the tail end of the Vietnam War era. By the time I was old enough to take notice of the world around me, the war was pretty much in the past. However, by the time I reached high school, My classmates and I were told tons about it in our history…

This is Cinerama

I can vividly remember the first time I saw an Imax movie. It was called “To Fly.” It would’ve been around 1979 at the Pictorium theater at Mariott’s Great America (now Six Flags). It was impressive…and dizzying. At the time, it was the latest film fad. Now we’re seeing major studio releases in Imax…3-D has…

Forgotten Disney: White Wilderness

Our next guest post for the Forgotten Disney series takes us into the realm of Disney’s True-Life Adventures…and a notorious one at that, 1958’s “White Wilderness.”  Our reviewer for today is Andy Staats. Andy hails from the Chicagoland area and runs the site Andy Watches Movies. He started the site in March of 2012 as…

Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel

I usually review the movies of the past on this blog, but today we’re going to look at a recent film that is about the movies of the past.  “Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel” is a documentary from last year about legendary producer/director Roger Corman.  Corman’s is not a name that is usually…