The King is Back! GODZILLA MINUS ONE Hits Theaters With a Vengeance.

I have been a fan of Godzilla for as long as I can remember. I love almost all of them, including the cheesy ones of the 1970s. Though I have … Read More

Shrinking Apples, Growing Memories: Unwrapping the Whimsy of the 1975 Milton Bradley Shrunken Head Apple Sculpture Kit

The 1975 Milton Bradley Shrunken Head Apple Sculpture Kit holds a nostalgic place in the hearts of many, capturing the imagination of children and standing as a testament to the … Read More

Galactic Odyssey: Navigating the Quirky Cosmos of SPACE PROBE TAURUS (1965)

SPACE PROBE TAURUS is a science fiction film released in 1965, directed by Leonard Katzman. The film is a low-budget production that falls within the category of classic B-movies, a … Read More

Harmonizing Horror: Unraveling the Quirky Tale of DEAD & BREAKFAST – A Melodic Blend of Zombies, Comedy, and Musical Mayhem

DEAD & BREAKFAST (2004) is a horror-comedy film that deftly weaves together elements of horror, comedy, and musical theater, creating a distinctive cinematic experience. Directed by Matthew Leutwyler and co-written … Read More

The Enigmatic Odyssey: Embracing a Half-Century of Unexplained Wonders with Ken Gerhard’s “A Menagerie of Mysterious Beasts”

I have been interested in the unexplained for as long as I can remember. Growing up, I watched shows such as In Search Of and read every book on the … Read More

Godzilla Chronicles: Unveiling the Golden Age of Kaiju Cinema Part 2

Welcome to part two of the Godzilla Chronicles, celebrating 69 years of the big guy in cinema (see part one here). In part one I covered the years 1954 with … Read More