Category Archives: Film History

With A Camera

I love John Ford. The man made some of the best films ever committed to celluloid. He also didn’t have time to sit back and dissect everything. He kept moving forward with his career. In one of the more famous … Continue reading

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10 Movies That Stayed With Me Even If I didn’t Want Them To

I was tagged on Facebook to do a list of movies that have stayed with you. I thought it was a good idea for a blog post. Plus this enables me to ramble on a little. While the original list … Continue reading

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Meeting Dick Miller

During the Chicago Critics Film Festival they showed the new documentary That Guy Dick Miller which is about actor Dick Miller who has been in countless of films from the lead in the Roger Corman film A Bucket Of Blood … Continue reading

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Why Film Prints Still Matter

The term “film is dead” has been going around the last few years. Not sure why we are so quick to end a format. There are people who still collect VHS tapes to this day. Why is film, which has … Continue reading

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Why I Am A Collector

I collect a lot of movie things. I love movies. Probably more than almost anything else. When you love something you like to surround yourself with it. When it comes to movies, posters tend to be one of the main … Continue reading

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SOC: The Motion Picture Camera: Past, Present, And Future

I love this so much. It is a visual history of the evolution of the motion picture camera in all of its guises. Made for the Society Of Camera Operators. SOC 2014 – The Motion Picture Camera: Past, Present and … Continue reading

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