This book review is part of the 2021 Summer Reading Classic Film Book Challenge hosted by Raquel Stecher’s Out of the Past blog. Click here for a list of the classic film books I am reviewing this summer and here for a list of the reviews from others written so far.…Continue Reading
It is that time of year again for the 2021 Summer Reading Classic Film Book Challenge hosted by Raquel Stecher’s Out of the Past Blog. Last year’s challenge was one of the highlights of quarantine and despite being vaxxed this time around, I’ve already spent much of my summer inside reading classic film books.…Continue Reading
This post is the second historical overview in my series Celebrating 125 Years of Utah and the Movies. For other historical overviews and reviews of films shot in Utah or made by Utahns, visit the series page here.
An advertisement for One Hundred Years of Mormonism, the greatest success of early Utah independent filmmaking and one of the earliest American feature-length films.…Continue Reading
This article on Lois Weber’s 1915 film Hypocrites is part of the Classic Movie Blog Association’s Hidden Classics Blogathon. For more wonderful hidden gems from other CMBA members visit the blogathon’s home page here.
No era of filmmaking has the potential to shock and surprise you quite like the silent era.…Continue Reading
This post is part of Classic Film and TV cafe’s Six Films—Six Decades Blogathon for National Classic Movie Day. To view other blogger’s favorites from six decades of classic film, visit the blogathon’s main page here.
Anyone who has made a list before knows the labor of love required to whittle down dozens or hundreds of your favorites to select just a few.…Continue Reading
This review is part of The 2021 Classic Literature On Film Blogathon hosted by Silver Screen Classics. You can read the rest of the blogathon’s wonderful lineup at the blogathon’s main page here.
Legends become so enmeshed in the cultural consciousness that they appear in numerous forms and adaptations centuries after they are first created.…Continue Reading