Tag Archives: Charles Durning

“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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“Sisters – De Palma’s First Foray into Horror”

First and foremost, I would like to let all of my readers on the east coast know that I hope you, your loved ones and your friends are all safe and sound, and that you stay that way. I’ve been … Continue reading

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“Dark Night of the Scarecrow”

An Underappreciated Television Gem that Deserves a Blu-Ray Release Otis P. Hazelrigg: “Bubba didn’t tell you that, Bubba didn’t tell you anything. Bubba’s dead.” Or is he? Hmmm. That is for you, my loyal readers, to find out if you … Continue reading

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