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Psycho III ** (1986, Anthony Perkins, Diana Scarwid, Jeff Fahey) – Classic Movie Review 5863

Anthony Perkins grabs his chance to direct, as well as star in, this 1986 Psycho second sequel, the reward for agreeing to his third appearance as Norman Bates. The 1983 first sequel Psycho II is a […]

Aug, 06

Dance, Fools, Dance *** (1931, Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Lester Vail, William Bakewell, Cliff Edwards) – Classic Movie Review 5784

Joan Crawford picked Clark Gable as her leading man for Dance, Fools, Dance in 1931 because she found him attractive and, though both married, they immediately became lovers and remained friends for the rest of […]

Jul, 18

Love on the Run *** (1936, Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Franchot Tone, Reginald Owen) – Classic Movie Review 5781

Producer-director W S Van Dyke II’s 1936 MGM romantic comedy again pairs the irresistible couple of Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in a fast-moving, enjoyable screwball farce, following their hit with Forsaking All Others (1934). Here […]

Jul, 17

The Invisible Man’s Revenge *** (1944, Jon Hall, Leon Errol, John Carradine, Alan Curtis, Evelyn Ankers, Gale Sondergaard) – Classic Movie Review 5622

‘All NEW! All Thrills!’ Universal’s third Invisible Man movie follows James Whale’s The Invisible Man (1933) with Claude Rains and Joe May’s The Invisible Man Returns (1940) with Vincent Price. There was also The Invisible Woman (1940) […]

Jun, 17

Five Star Final **** (1931, Edward G Robinson, H B Warner, Marian Marsh, Anthony Bushell, George E Stone, Boris Karloff) – Classic Movie Review 5620

Director Mervyn LeRoy’s sterling vintage 1931 newspaper drama stars Edward G Robinson, who is superb as Randall, the tough editor of a sleazy New York tabloid who ruthlessly manipulates people and stories to increase circulation […]

Jun, 17

Doomed to Die ** (1940, Boris Karloff, Marjorie Reynolds, Grant Withers) – Classic Movie Review 5606

Director William Nigh’s sequel to The Fatal Hour (1940) again stars Boris Karloff as Chinese sleuth Mr James Lee Wong – for the fifth and last time. Also returning are Marjorie Reynolds as Roberta ‘Bobbie’ Logan and Grant Withers as Captain […]

Jun, 14

The Mad Monster ** (1942, Johnny Downs, George Zucco, Glenn Strange, Anne Nagel) – Classic Movie Review 5583

‘The blood of a wolf he placed in the veins of a man… and created a monster such as the world has never known!’ George Zucco camps it up entertainingly as Dr Cameron, the psychotic […]

Jun, 11

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