Sister Celluloid

Where old movies go to live

Monthly Archives: May, 2015

The Real HORROR OF PARTY BEACH Is the Actual Movie

The Horror of Party Beach! Hey, what classic monster movie doesn’t begin with bongo music? Cruisin’ down the highway to the beat of those groovy tom-toms are Hank (James Franciscus wannabe John Scott) and Tina (Marilyn Clarke), who may be the most mismatched couple since Ethel Merman and Ernest Borgnine. When they arrive at the beach, Hank warns his booze-swilling …

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Buster and Fatty Vamp and Camp It Up in THE COOK

The fabulous Fritzi over at Movies Silently is hosting A Shorts Blogathon! You can find all the entries here. I chose Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle’s The Cook, co-starring Buster Keaton, which was a dangerous assignment, as it meant I had to watch it again—running the risk of disappearing into the TV, hitting the Play button over …

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The Diabolical Blog Of Joe DeVito

Laugh at the serious stuff + stare blankly at the jokes

MovieMovieBlogBlog II

A continuation of of my thoughts on movies and pop culture


Smile! You’re at the best site ever

Eddie Selover

The Art of Communications


Movie & TV stuff by Mel Neuhaus

Ephemeral New York

Chronicling an ever-changing city through faded and forgotten artifacts

The Old Hollywood Garden

Come take a walk with me in Old Hollywood. There's so much to talk about!

"fate keeps on happening"

"Going to the fortune teller's was just as good as going to the opera, and the cost scarcely a trifle more - ergo, I will disguise myself and go again, one of these days, when other amusements fail." - Mark Twain, Letter to Orion Clemens, February 6, 1861

Making a Cinephile

All things film-related.

cracked rear viewer

Fresh takes on retro pop culture


über Film und Kinos in Leipzig


Old Movies are best

The Film Noir Guy

Film noir off the beaten path

Well, Here's Another Nice Mess . . .

Random, Rambling, Ruminations . . .


Thoughts from my perfectly-wrecked brain

Making A Way

Fighting for my right to party


Wear what you love, not what they say you should like.