100 New Code Films – #26. “Mr. Scoutmaster” from 1953

Today is Sunday, so it's time for the second 100 New Code Films article of this week, which is the first week in April. This series's purpose is to give me the opportunity to review Code films which I have never seen previously. This year, I am going to watch 100 American Breen Era (1934-1954) … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #26. “Mr. Scoutmaster” from 1953

Code Concepts #5. Code Films from Classic Literature – The 2020 Classic Literature On Film Blogathon

This weekend, Paul Batters of Silver Screen Classics is hosting his first blogathon, The 2020 Classic Literature On Film Blogathon! I signed up when I heard about this blogathon, planning to participate with a 100 New Code Films article. I decided not to watch and review the film I had in mind after all, but … Continue reading Code Concepts #5. Code Films from Classic Literature – The 2020 Classic Literature On Film Blogathon

100 New Code Films – #25. “The Winning Team” from 1952; “Always a Winner” for The Fourth Annual Doris Day Blogathon

Today is Saturday, so it's time for the next article in the 100 New Code Films series. This series is about discovering movies which we have never seen before. There are so many wonderful Code movies out there which we have yet to see. This series is our way to commit to watching a lot … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #25. “The Winning Team” from 1952; “Always a Winner” for The Fourth Annual Doris Day Blogathon

Film Fashion Friday 23. Doris Day’s Ruffled Blouse and Skirt Ensemble in “My Dream is Yours” from 1949; Doris’s Timeless Style for “The Fourth Annual Doris Day Blogathon”

Today is Friday, so it's time for another Film Fashion Friday article! This will be my second one of the year. The purpose of this series is to familiarize people with the beauty and glamour of the clothes which people wore in Code films. Although few people are thinking about fashion right now, I signed … Continue reading Film Fashion Friday 23. Doris Day’s Ruffled Blouse and Skirt Ensemble in “My Dream is Yours” from 1949; Doris’s Timeless Style for “The Fourth Annual Doris Day Blogathon”

100 New Code Films – #24. “The Grapes of Wrath” from 1940

Today is Sunday, so it's time for another new Code film article in our semi-weekly series 100 New Code Films. This series is about movies from the American Breen Era (1934-1954) which we have yet to see. When one is able to list countless classic films of which the average person has never even heard, … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #24. “The Grapes of Wrath” from 1940

My Latest Epoch Times Article – Hollywood and the Pandemic

My latest Epoch Times article, "Coronaphobia and Films: How Epidemic Films Could Contribute to CCP-Virus Panic," was published online today! This is my tenth article for this publication. It should come out in print in the national edition of the Epoch Times on Thursday, so if you live in the United States, you can pick … Continue reading My Latest Epoch Times Article – Hollywood and the Pandemic

100 New Code Films – #23. “Kitty Foyle” from 1940

Today I am going to publish my first article of the thirteenth week of 100 New Code Films. This series is the 2020 sequel of 52 Code Films, 2019's series about discovering American Breen Era (1934-1954) movies we have never seen before. Last year, I watched and reviewed one new movie each week, reaching fifty-two. … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #23. “Kitty Foyle” from 1940

Coronaphobia and Films: How Epidemic Films Contribute to COVID-19 Panic

  Throngs of people wearing masks. Locked down cities. Abandoned theme parks. Cruise ships full of infected passengers. Schools closed indefinitely. Public gatherings restricted. Annual events postponed. Sporting events played to empty stadiums. Flights canceled. Airplanes with only a handful of passengers. Empty market shelves. Millions self-quarantined in their homes. “It sounds like a scary … Continue reading Coronaphobia and Films: How Epidemic Films Contribute to COVID-19 Panic

100 New Code Films – #22. “The Story of Louis Pasteur” from 1936

Today is Sunday, so it's time for my second article of the week in the series 100 New Code Films. Every week, I watch and review two classic films which I have never seen before. However, how does one specify which movies qualify as classics? The term is generally applied to old films, but it's … Continue reading 100 New Code Films – #22. “The Story of Louis Pasteur” from 1936