Most Dangerous Game, The (1932)

The Most Dangerous Game is a 1932 adaptation of the 1924 short story of the same name by Richard Connell, the first film version of that story. The plot concerns a big game hunter on an island who chooses to hunt humans for sport.


One Night With the King (2006)

It’s not your typical sword and sandal. It reminded me somewhat of a modern interpretation of the King and I without it being as good of course.


The Veil – Genesis (1958)

Two brothers fight over their dying fathers estate and are reminded of the story of Esau and Jacob in the book of Genesis.


The Veil – The Doctors (1958)

Dr. Angelo Marcabienti is coming home to replace his retiring father as the town doctor, but the townspeople object.


Question of the Day?

What happens here if you use a Windows Phone?


Richard Diamond – The Venus of Park Avenue (1957)

Diamond is hired to verify the authenticity of an ancient Greek statue, which is suspected of being fake when it is offered for sale at a figure far below its true value.


Richard Diamond – The Torch Carriers (1954)

Richard Diamond gets roughed up by some guys who are after a book. The bad guys learn a lesson “Don’t hit Diamond”


I Married Joan – Bev’s Boyfriend (1953)

Joan doesn’t like that her sister is dating a hot rodder and everyone wishes Joan hadn’t meddled. The Joan Davis Show announced itself each week as America’s favorite comedy show, starring America’s queen of comedy, Joan Davis, as Mrs. Joan Stevens.


Project Kill (1976)

In the film, Nielsen plays John Trevor, a military agent who escapes from a secret government base where he had been the subject of various mind-control experiments. However, withdrawal from the mind-control drugs turn Trevor violent and dangerous, and now the military must find him before he can do any real damage.


George Burns and Gracie Allen – The Rocket Girls (1955)

It just doesn’t get much cuter than this. George and Gracie are host to a bunch of space alien rocket girls.


The Veil – Jack The Ripper (1958)

The Veil was hosted by Boris Karloff, who also acted in every episode, and was allegedly based upon real-life reports of supernatural happenings and the unexplained. Each episode would begin and end with Karloff standing in front of a sinister-looking, roaring fireplace, inviting viewers to find out what lies behind “the veil. In this episode a clairvoyant man detects the activities of Jack the Ripper.


Man Who Cheated Himself, The (1950)

Socialite wants a divorce from her wealthy husband, but she thinks he’s gonna kill her. Well it doesn’t work out that way. The husband ends up dead. Her boyfriend is a cop, whose brother gets assigned to investigate the case.

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