Fredericks Of Hollywood

25 Jun 19
Ticket to Ride

This is one of the funniest films I’ve ever seen. Maybe the funniest.  It’s clever and the laughs come rapid-fire, like a screw-ball comedy of the 1930’s. The film is about mistaken identity, and the pursuit by various parties for a bag.  The trouble is, there are four bags that look exactly like it, so […]

25 Jun 19

Louis dozes in the front seat. They are on an autobahn traveling way too fast. They’ve been driving for hours. It’s a cold, wet, winter day, and the landscape is flat and bleak, reflecting Louis’ mood. No. He feels more than bleak—he’s desolate. At the moment Anatoli’s listening to a German talk show on the […]

25 Jun 19
ReVIVAissance - Cultural Renewal Plus ReBirth: Christ-Centered S.T.E.A.M. Education

When a long-awaited dream is coming true, sometimes it’s hard to believe what you’re seeing with your own eyes. The dream of “Bringing Beauty and Unity to the Community” (Holy CAT), resonates with the theater of Chris Weatherhead and Clarence Federer of Actors’ Theater of South Carolina. The heart, authenticity,  human drama and emotion in the […]

25 Jun 19

It was some 125 years ago, way back in 1894 when an exciting new technology called cinematography was being developed, and what was then called a “Kinetoscope Camera” was set up at the inventor Thomas Edison’s “Black Maria” studio in West Orange, New Jersey, to record the very first filmed boxing match between heavyweight champion […]

24 Jun 19
WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports | Fort Lauderdale

Four people were flown to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and taken to a Broward County hospital after, officials said, they were injured in a tour bus crash in the Bahamas. Fire engines and ambulances from Broward Sheriff’s Fire Rescue could be seen near a C-130 plane that landed at the airport, just before 4 p.m., […]

24 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

French first lady Brigitte Macron was on hand to welcome Princess Maria of Denmark to Paris today. Ms. Macron, 66, stunned in a pink dress while joining the 47-year-old Australian director on a visit to the modern art museum Center Georges Pompidou. Meanwhile, Princess Mary, who had previously attended a city health conference, seemed perfectly […]

24 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

French first lady Brigitte Macron was on hand to welcome Princess Maria of Denmark to Paris today. Ms. Macron, 66, stunned in a pink dress while joining the 47-year-old Australian director on a visit to the modern art museum Center Georges Pompidou. Meanwhile, Princess Mary, who had previously attended a city health conference, seemed perfectly […]

24 Jun 19
mondomovies

Eden was never like this. A man considers committing suicide in the wake of the Wall Street Crash when he sees a letter marked Personal, Urgent! … In 1917 young Mary Lane (Margaret Sullavan) has a one-night stand with soldier James Stanton Emerson (John Boles) and she becomes pregnant. She moves away from her small […]

24 Jun 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

CLOSE Actor/writer/director Tyler Perry accepts the Ultimate Icon Award at the 2019 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 23. (Photo: Frederick M. Brown, Getty Images for BET) Taraji P. Henson is grateful to Tyler Perry for giving her acting opportunities. But she really appreciates the entertainment powerhouse for paying her what she was worth when others […]

24 Jun 19
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23 Jun 19
Dear My People

The series is like a train-wreck – don’t want to look, can’t look away. It’s dark, gruesome, horrific, intriguing and let’s admit it….entertaining and at times, downright juicy. The Handmaid’s Tale, starring Elizabeth Moss, has captured the attention of millions of viewers because it’s powerful, moving, and obsessively uncomfortable. It pulls us deep into a […]

22 Jun 19
WREG.com

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22 Jun 19
Indie Voice Blog

Friday was a night of big, powerful shows that showed us further proof that this tenth year of the Hollywood Fringe Festival is turning out to be one of our favorite years.  Here are our reviews for Day 9. TITLE OF SHOW:  The Last Croissant VENUE:  The Broadwater (Main Stage) REVIEW:  If there was an […]

22 Jun 19
My Geekdom

DOUBLE FEATURE: June 15th-Son of Frankenstein from 1939 (Director: Rowland V. Lee, Writers: Wyllis Cooper, Stars: Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff and Béla Lugosi, Cinematography: George Robinson, Runtime: 99 mins) The Ghost of Frankenstein from 1942 (Director: Erle C. Kenton, Writers: W. Scott Darling and Story by Eric Taylor, Stars: Lon Chaney Jr., Cedric Hardwicke, Ralph […]

22 Jun 19
HORRORPEDIA

Voodoo Man is a 1944 American supernatural horror feature film directed by William Beaudine (Billy the Kid versus Dracula; Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter; Ghost Chasers) from a story and screenplay by Robert Charles (Return of the Ape Man). The movie stars Bela Lugosi, John Carradine and George Zucco. Plot: Nicholas (George Zucco) apparently runs a filling station […]