In this episode of the Veil, we learn it might not be prudent to assist young women who run out of gas. Especially in that Boris Karloff universe known as the Veil, a never broadcast 1953 series by Boris Karloff.
In this episode of the Veil, a young girl begins to remember her previous life as the infamous Madame Vernoy.
A man thinks he witnesses a murder, but when he summons the police they find an empty apartment where he saw the murder. This should have been a Twilight Zone.
When talkies were new, there was a guy named W.C. Fields who took center stage in translating vaudeville to the silver screen.
Jose Ferrer received the Academy Award for Best Actor for his starring performance as Cyrano de Bergerac. Mala Powers played Roxane, and William Prince portrayed Christian de Neuvillette.
Charlton Heston brings to the island a shipload of Chinese slaves to work the plantation fields. With Asian Tina Chen at his side, Heston creates a thriving pineapple plantation.
I was thinking May 18th? Why is May 18th important. Then I remembered. Mt. St Helens is about 80 miles from here. In volcano terms that’s in your back yard. And 33 years ago my volcano went off. It covered my house in 6 inches of volcanic ash. It was dark at noon. You had […]
Surface has been on my list of things to watch for some time. I haven’t got through all of it yet, but it seems like a pretty well done deep sea yarn. There is a problem. Surface is one of those series that despite decent public response fell the way of an axe by NBC […]
Years ago there was the Betamax case. It’s been upheld in the courts since. We have the right to record off the air programming for our own personal use as long as a human hits the record button. The Supreme Court upheld this is a case involving remote digital personal video recorders. This means you […]
I like independent films. It’s a respite in the modern public addiction to high dollar entertainment. One of the best examples of independent film makers are the team of Thomas Smith, Erin Lilly, Soren Odom and Khristian Fulmer. They operate under the banner of Fighting Owl Films in Mobile Alabama. They’ve made a couple short […]
Want a gentle smile? This is an 11 minute short film starring David Tennant of Doctor Who fame. It made me smile. It made my day. I hope it does the same for you.
A man on a trip to Paris has a vision where he sees his brother murdered. When he arrives back home in England, he finds his brother is dead and the rest you have to find out from watching the Veil.