100 New Code Films – #74. “Spring Parade” from 1940; Hungarian Charm

Today is Sunday, so it's time for this week's second article in our semi-weekly series, 100 New Code Film. Many people are completists regarding certain actors or directors they like, meaning they watch every film that person made. I am a striving to be the first official American Breen Era (1934-1954) completist. I am striving … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #74. “Spring Parade” from 1940; Hungarian Charm

Joe Pasternak: A Life in Pictures

This weekend, we are hosting The Joe Pasternak Blogathon! This three-day event is in honor of Golden Age Hollywood producer Joe Pasternak's 119th birthday, which would have been today. In honor of Joe's special day, I am posting a montage of photographs of him. These photographs document his thirty-year career, showing how many famous Hollywood … Continue reading Joe Pasternak: A Life in Pictures

100 New Code Films – #73. “Because You’re Mine” from 1952; “The Singing Soldier”

Today is Friday, so it's time for this week's first article in our semi-weekly series, 100 New Code Film. One of my goals is to eventually see every American Breen Era (1934-1954) ever made. This is quite an undertaking, since around 8000 feature films were made during these twenty years. I like to share these … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #73. “Because You’re Mine” from 1952; “The Singing Soldier”

The Joe Pasternak Blogathon is Here!

The Joe Pasternak Blogathon is here! This weekend, PEPS is hosting this blogathon in honor of producer Joe Pasternak's 119th birthday, which would have been September 19. The blogathon dates are September 18-20. See the original announcement here. Blogathons are hosted in honor of specific themes, famous actors, and notable directors, but I have never … Continue reading The Joe Pasternak Blogathon is Here!

100 New Code Films – #72. “The Canterville Ghost” from 1944

Today is Sunday, so it's time for this week's second 100 New Code Film article. This is our only series which is published consistently. No matter what, we publish two of these articles each week. The only exception is four weeks this year, in which we must publish only one article to equal 100 reviews … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #72. “The Canterville Ghost” from 1944

100 New Code Films – #71. “One Sunday Afternoon” from 1948

Today is Friday, so it's time for this week's first 100 New Code Films article. The purpose of this series is to expand my knowledge of the American Breen Era (1934-1954) by watching as many films made during this time as possible. This isn't a difficult task, since my favorite movies are the Hollywood productions … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #71. “One Sunday Afternoon” from 1948

#AMonthWithoutTheCode2020 Guest Article: “Mini Movie Reviews: August 2020 (#AMonthWithoutTheCode2020)” by MovieCritic

The below article was published on Movies Meet Their Match by MovieCritic on September 6 as her entry in #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020. See the original post here. Hello, friends! Just like I did in July I'm going to be writing a mini review for all of the films I saw in August! This month I joined in on #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020 hosted by Pure Entertainment Preservation … Continue reading #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020 Guest Article: “Mini Movie Reviews: August 2020 (#AMonthWithoutTheCode2020)” by MovieCritic

100 New Code Films – #70. “Cairo” from 1942

Today is Sunday, so it's time for another 100 New Code Films article. This is the second article in this series of this week. In all but four weeks this year, I watch and review two American Breen Era (1934-1954) films which I have never seen before. These twenty years were the time when Joseph … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #70. “Cairo” from 1942

100 New Code Films – #69. “Too Young to Kiss” from 1951

Today is Saturday, so it's time for another 100 New Code Films article. This is my first article in this series in September. This is the first Code film I watched after ending #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020. It was great to get back to the American Breen Era! I found the break from Code films very depressing this … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #69. “Too Young to Kiss” from 1951

#AMonthWithoutTheCode2020 Guest Article: “Take 3: The Death of Poor Joe (1901) Review (A Month Without the Code #5)” by Sally Silverscreen

The below article was published on 18 Cinema Lane by Sally Silverscreen on August 31 as her fifth entry in #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020. See the original post here. As Pure Entertainment Preservation Society’s A Month Without the Code comes to a close, I wanted to review a movie that served as the grand finale. Since I found every movie I reviewed … Continue reading #AMonthWithoutTheCode2020 Guest Article: “Take 3: The Death of Poor Joe (1901) Review (A Month Without the Code #5)” by Sally Silverscreen