FILM MARATHON: Schrembs’ Spotlight Series #2: Fletch [1985]

The Schrembs’ Spotlight Series Premise: In recent years, I have made a conscious effort to try and improve upon the quality of movies I watch on a week-to-week basis. My intentions were certainly good, however, when push came to shove I pretty much failed on all levels. Big name blockbuster films won’t make their way […]

REVIEW: The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre [1967]

“I gotta go pay a bill” Known to me by his “King of B-Movies” reputation, Roger Corman was always a guy I equated with low-budget horror. So, it was a surprise to see him as director of The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, a film steeped in the historical fiction of late-1920s American gang warfare. It’s […]