History

*contains spoilers Writer Daphne du Maurier (1907-89 heart failure) wrote a kind of loose trilogy of novels set in Cornwall in South West England which were turned into movies and they were Jamaica Inn (1939), Rebecca (1940) and Frenchman’s Creek (1944). Alfred Hitchcock directed two of these titles – Jamaica Inn and Rebecca – while…

Read more Daphne du Maurier and Alfred Hitchcock’s Cornish Movie Trilogy

*contains spoilers The singer David Bowie (1947-2016 liver cancer) arrived on the scene officially in 1967 with his song The Laughing Gnome which was the same year the Amicus Productions movie The Terrornauts (1967) was released on a double bill with They Came from Beyond Space (1967) in Bowie’s home country of Great Britain. The…

Read more Cult Movie The Terrornauts (1967) and the stage name of David Bowie

*contains spoilers and strong course language not recommended for persons under 15 years old and comes with a warning. This article offended some people in the office I am associated with and it was removed, ahem, without my permission… and I was detained for four months… when really it is all just a joke! Some…

Read more Act One: A Cult Movie Starring Little Abdullah and Pauline Abdul in The Garden of Allah (2020)

*contains spoilers The euthanasia debate is about to take place in Queensland Parliament in the next few weeks and it relates to a long-suppressed MGM movie Whose Life is it Anyway? (1981) … It stars Richard Dreyfuss, so memorable as Quint’s nerdy nemesis in Jaws (1976), who plays a man/artist who loses the use of…

Read more The Cult of Whose Life is it Anyway? (1981) as YOU were better than a mercy Killing!