Tag Archives: Carol Kane

“Scrooged”

“Scrooged” is one of those Christmas films that I liked when I first saw it on HBO years ago, but haven’t watched in a good deal of time, so I decided to revisit it. The film is a modernized version … Continue reading

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“Ava’s Possessions”

The film’s main protagonist, Ava is portrayed in a believable manner by Louisa Krause (Bluebird). Her character is a survivor of a demonic possession that lasted for one month. The demon was finally driven from her body by Father Merrino, … Continue reading

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“Dog Day Afternoon, Lumet’s Phenomenal, Intense, Bank Heist Thriller.”

Premiering at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain in September of 1975, “Dog Day Afternoon” is a mixture of the genres of crime and drama. The critically acclaimed 125 minute movie was helmed by Golden Globe and honorary Oscar … Continue reading

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