100 New Code Films – #60. “Riding High” from 1950; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #20

Today is Friday, so it's time for the second 100 New Code Films article of the week. This is the twentieth new Code film which I have reviewed during July. Each week, I usually watch and review two American Breen Era (1934-1954) movies which I have never seen before. However, during #CleanMovieMonth2020, I have written … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #60. “Riding High” from 1950; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #20

100 New Code Films – #59. “Julia Misbehaves” from 1948; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #19

Today is Wednesday, and it is time for me to write another review in my 100 New Code Films series. While I usually publish my second article of the week in this series on Sunday, each week’s first article can be published on a different day. This is the final week of July, so this … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #59. “Julia Misbehaves” from 1948; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #19

#CleanMovieMonth2020 #18: “Goodbye, My Fancy” from 1951

We are now in the final week of #CleanMovieMonth2020. In the next few days, I will be publishing the last three reviews of new American Breen Era (1934-1954) films which I have watched during July. This article is the final mini review I will publishing. The nineteenth and twentieth articles will be this week's entries … Continue reading #CleanMovieMonth2020 #18: “Goodbye, My Fancy” from 1951

Announcing #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020!

July is drawing near its end, and with it, #CleanMovieMonth2020. This annual celebration of the American Breen Era (1934-1954) is always followed by its opposite month, #AMonthWithoutTheCode. This is the third August in a row during which we are hosting this month-long event. While we dedicate July to exclusively watching, studying, and reviewing American Breen … Continue reading Announcing #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020!

100 New Code Films – #58. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” from 1935; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #17

Update: I wrote this article on Friday and put it on automatic post for Sunday, since my family was planning a weekend getaway. When I got back on Monday, I saw the online news that Olivia de Havilland died on Sunday, July 26, at the age of 104. After my initial shock and sadness upon … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #58. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” from 1935; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #17

#CleanMovieMonth2020 Guest Article: “’The Snake Pit’ (1948) Review” by Wes Sterling

The below article was written by Wes Sterling, one of our devoted readers, as his third entry in #CleanMovieMonth2020. Since he has no website, we are proudly publishing it here. I used to work in pastoral ministry and I quickly learned that people are complex and that they are often weary and heavy laden, bringing … Continue reading #CleanMovieMonth2020 Guest Article: “’The Snake Pit’ (1948) Review” by Wes Sterling

100 New Code Films – #57. “Song of Bernadette” from 1943; “An Academy Award-Winning Saint” for Catholic Liturgy Week; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #16

Today I am going to publish the first 100 New Code Films article of the week. This is the most regular series I have ever featured here at PEPS. While I only published one article per week in last year's series about new Code films, 52 Code Films, I am watching and reviewing two new … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #57. “Song of Bernadette” from 1943; “An Academy Award-Winning Saint” for Catholic Liturgy Week; #CleanMovieMonth2020 #16

Code Concepts #11. Priests, Sacraments, and the Fathers of the Code for Catholic Liturgy Week

Today is Thursday, so it is time for another Code Concepts article. Every Thursday in July, I am writing an article in this series instead of the usual Breening Thursday article. That is because July is #CleanMovieMonth2020, during which we are exclusively watching and reviewing American Breen (1934-1954) films. Thus, we are using these articles … Continue reading Code Concepts #11. Priests, Sacraments, and the Fathers of the Code for Catholic Liturgy Week

#CleanMovieMonth2020 #15: “The Kid from Brooklyn” from 1946

 Here at PEPS, this July is #CleanMovieMonth2020. This is the third year in a row we have devoted this month exclusively to watching, studying, and reviewing American Breen Era (1934-1954) films. Although we normally spend most of our time and attention on Code films, July is special because we don't watch any un-Code films. This … Continue reading #CleanMovieMonth2020 #15: “The Kid from Brooklyn” from 1946

#CleanMovieMonth2020 Guest Article: “What’s Old Is A New Release Again (2020) with… Strike Up The Band (1940)” by Neil “The Musical Man” Powell

The below article was published on Thoughts from The Music(al) Man by Neil “The Musical Man” Powell on July 22 as his sixth entry in #CleanMovieMonth2020. See the original post here. To keep the celebration of July as Clean Movie Month 2020 (as hosted by Pure Entertainment Preservation Society) going, we have that classic 1940 Mickey Rooney and Judy … Continue reading #CleanMovieMonth2020 Guest Article: “What’s Old Is A New Release Again (2020) with… Strike Up The Band (1940)” by Neil “The Musical Man” Powell