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Book Review: Al Pacino- The Movies Behind The Man by Mark Searby

The resident film critic on Anglian Radio Station, and an experienced writer for various outlets, Mark Searby is a man who loves cinema. This is his first book, and he asked me to read this work and share an honest review of it with you. Al Pacino is a man whose filmography takes in various… Continue reading Book Review: Al Pacino- The Movies Behind The Man by Mark Searby

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Biography Of The Month: Lauren Bacall

Lauren Bacall is one of my favourite actresses from Hollywood's so called Golden Age. A beautiful actress, she starred as a knowing femme fatale in films like The Big Sleep and Key Largo, and went on to do more comedic roles in films like How To Marry A Millionaire. Her relationship with husband Humphrey Bogart… Continue reading Biography Of The Month: Lauren Bacall

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Fable Forest Films: I Was A Greenhouse and Bickerman’s Grove

If you're into movie podcasts or independent films, you may have already heard of Fable Forest Films (thefableforest.com). They're a group of indie film makers from Waterloo in ON, Canada, and they also host a really interesting podcast about film making called First Frames First. I wanted to share some of their work with you,… Continue reading Fable Forest Films: I Was A Greenhouse and Bickerman’s Grove

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Biography Of The Month: Alfred Hitchcock

The name and face of Hitchcock in some ways have taken over the man, a deliberate choice on his part, it would seem. Director of famous thriller and crime films like The Birds, North By Northwest, Rear Window, and of course, Psycho, he's a man that in many ways needs no introduction, but who, because… Continue reading Biography Of The Month: Alfred Hitchcock

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Movie Podcast: My guest post with Atlantic SC

Something that I haven't shared with you guys yet, though if you follow the Facebook or Twitter page you will have heard about it. Recently, I did a guest post with the lovely guys at Atlantic SC on their AtlanticSCNEXT show, Jason and Lee’s new subsidiary show to the #AtlanticSC Podcast. You can hear it… Continue reading Movie Podcast: My guest post with Atlantic SC

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Biography Of The Month: Anita Loos

Anita Loos was a well known name in film and literary circles in the Golden Age of Hollywood, but most people know her best as the author of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, a comedic novel published to huge acclaim in 1925, about a sparkling blonde gold digger in the 1920's, a type that Loos knew well.… Continue reading Biography Of The Month: Anita Loos

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Biography Of The Month: Orson Welles

As you may know, this year I set the goal of reading one biography per month, and this month goes to Orson Welles, actor, director, writer and wunderkind, 1915 - 1985. The biography is Rosebud by David Thomson.Β  Where does one even begin to talk about Orson Welles? He's a huge figure on the landscape… Continue reading Biography Of The Month: Orson Welles

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Biography Of The Month: Elizabeth Taylor

This year I set myself a goal of reading one biography a month about a movie star or director, or other Hollywood type, who I've always wanted to know more about. At the top of the list fell Elizabeth Taylor. Why Elizabeth Taylor? I love old school Hollywood and vintage glamour, and Elizabeth Taylor is… Continue reading Biography Of The Month: Elizabeth Taylor

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Guest Post With Stevie Love – Life Lessons From A Chainsaw Blade: What Leatherface Taught Me About Life

Recently, I did a podcast with my friend Stevie Love about holiday movies, which you can listen to HERE. Stevie and I are both fans of horror movies, and it seemed logical to get Stevie over here on Wildfire to talk about the life lessons that we can learn from good old fashioned scary movies!… Continue reading Guest Post With Stevie Love – Life Lessons From A Chainsaw Blade: What Leatherface Taught Me About Life

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Interview: Jackson Stewart, Writer and Director of new horror Beyond The Gates (2016)

Jackson is one of those people who you immediately like. Which is why I thought you might like to meet him. At least online anyway. A US director and writer who got his entry into the Writers Guild of America at just 25, his latest film is a horror involving a VHS game and two… Continue reading Interview: Jackson Stewart, Writer and Director of new horror Beyond The Gates (2016)