I do like a list, hope you do too! Here’s what has been watched in July 2017.
Game Of Thrones return of season 7 dominated the television schedule along side the usual Twin Peaks continued mind melt. Apart from those two, it’s been films all the way.
24 films this month and a total of 167 since the start of the blog in January.
Riot in Cell Block 11 (1954) – Wolfman Rating 9 – IMDB Rating 7
Superb prison from director Don Siegel. Want to do a post on this one.
The Men (1950) – Wolfman Rating 8.5 – IMDB Rating 7.2
Marlon Brando shows why he became such an incredible actor with his first film role as a paralyzed war veteran.
The Intruder (1962) – Wolfman Rating 8 – IMDB Rating 7.8
Captain Kirk aka William Shatner goes dark in this Roger Corman’s film Wanted to do a post on this one but this superb article by Alfred Eaker’s wonderful dark The BlueMahler film blog gives it the justice it deserves. check it out here
Hickey & Boggs (1972) – Wolfman Rating 6.5 – IMDB Rating 6.5
Robert Culp directs himself and Bill Cosby in a Walter Hill penned detective movie.
The Breakfast Club (1985) – Wolfman Rating 10 – IMDB Rating 7.9
Massive iconic 80’s movie I’ve love through-out my teens. Just to make it more perfect I introduced it to my daughter Nyah who loved it. Happy dad.
Baby Driver (2017) – Wolfman Rating 8 – IMDB Rating 8.2
Edgar Wright writes and directs this excellent getaway driver movie. My daughter and I both thought it lost it at the end unfortunately but it was a great night at the pictures and the soundtrack film style very original. The Mike Myers masks was genius funny.
Deadline – U.S.A. (1952) – Wolfman Rating 8 – IMDB Rating 7.2
Humphrey Bogart as an editor trying to save the newspaper he so loves with added gangsters in this excellent film noir.
Pickup on South Street (1953) – Wolfman Rating 10 – IMDB Rating 7.8
Oh I wish I had enough time in the evening to do a post on this fantastic noir classic from Samuel Fuller starring Richard Widmark.
Alias Nick Beal (1949) – Wolfman Rating 8.5 – IMDB Rating 7.3
Very recommended mystery with a wonderful twist on film noir. Starring the awesome Ray Milland.
Kong: Skull Island (2017) – Wolfman Rating 6 – IMDB Rating 6.8
All star cast in this big and silly film just saved from being total wack by good ole John C. Reilly.
Twilight’s Last Gleaming (1977) – Wolfman Rating 8 – IMDB Rating 6.8
Another Burt Lancaster film ticked off the list. This hit all the right buttons so to speak! In this superb cold war nuclear missile silo drama. Another I wish I could do a post on.
It was a fun month, any goodies in there you have seen and liked. Thoughts, recommends etc always welcome.
Take it easy…. The Wolfster