Category Archive: Classics

Oct 06 2013

Scream-A-Day No.6 – THE INVISIBLE MAN (1933)

It’s amazing that only a couple of decades after film really got moving, and only a few years after sound was introduced, this very early sci-fi horror was an achievement in special effects. Back in 1933 you didn’t have that many films that tried to pull off the things they did in – THE INVISIBLE …

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Oct 04 2013

Scream-A-Day No.4 – DOCTOR JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE (1971)

I must admit that I haven’t seen this film for many years.  And even then, it was on Television.  But because I love dropping classic and under-rated horror films in you guys (and Scifi / Fantasy of course), I always tell people they should check out – DOCTOR JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE. Unless you haven’t …

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Sep 15 2013

GSB Flashback Friday Video: THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL

My Flashback Friday videos are coming along. I certainly love talking about classic science fiction that I think you all would enjoy.  And doing it on another platform is refreshing.  Hopefully I don’t have my hands full between Blogging, Podcasting and making videos.  But my end game is to one day create science fiction films, …

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Sep 06 2013

GSB Video: Flashback Friday – FORBIDDEN PLANET (1956)

Hey guys!  Here’s my Youtube video for my Flashback Friday! Who doesn’t love classic Scifi, and one of the best was FORBIDDEN PLANET.  I give spoilers after the bump in the video.  You can also check out my Previous Post I did a while ago where I wrote about it as one of my all …

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Aug 23 2013

GSB Flashback: STARCRASH (1979)

The best thing by far about this film was the John Barry score.  But if you’re a Bond film fan, you’ll be waiting for Moonracker to sail across the screen.  I didn’t remember seeing this before. I don’t remember seeing this at all before, so it was a flashback treat for me. Roger Corman gave …

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Aug 14 2013

GSB Flashback: THE TIME MACHINE (1960)

I don’t remember seeing this as a kid, unlike most of the classic Scifi that I post.  I watched it from beginning to end more than 10 years ago and enjoyed this version of one of Wells’ most famous novels.  The acting by Rod Taylor was decent, but the attraction for me was the 60s special …

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Mar 24 2013

Sunday Sci-Fi: FANTASTIC VOYAGE (1966)

If ever there was a science fiction movie that the whole family should watch on a Sunday Afternoon, it’s the incredible 1966 classic – FANTASTIC VOYAGE. This film originally hails from a Sci-fi book written out of the incredible imagination of Isaac Asimov.  It begins with a spy that has a secret, but is injured in …

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Feb 28 2013

GSB Flashback: SCREAM BLACULA SCREAM (1973)

  We all know about the most famous black horror movie ever – BLACULA.  But if you haven’t seen SCREAM BLACULA SCREAM, then you’re missing out on a classic sequel. William Marshall comes back as our Brother of Darkness, Prince Mamuwalde, who we know better as Blacula.  Pam Grier is just as fine as ever as Lisa Fortier, …

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Feb 16 2013

GSB Flashback: BROTHER FROM ANOTHER PLANET (1984)

  Is it ironic that an alien that looks just like an African-American just happens to land in the heart of Harlem in the eighties?  Ironic or not, it’s not everyday that you see there are aliens that actually look like black people, and that’s what we finally got to see in BROTHER FROM ANOTHER …

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Feb 03 2013

Sunday Sci-Fi – THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

There is one thing that the geek in me loves.  And that’s a good What-If.  I loved it in Marvel Comics, and I love it in movies. So what if a navy Aircraft Carrier, with all its planes and weapons, went back in time to the day just before World War II?  That’s the question …

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