The Member of the Wedding (1952)

As Method acting rose to prominence, cinema took notice and started gobbling up stage-plays, giving Method actors a playground for their finest work as well as retaining a print of the play for posterity. The early-1950s saw a litany of stage-esque stories, all of which start melding together with their emphasis on naturalism, stark photography,…

Five Movies on an Island

This post is written as part of the 5 Movies on an Island Blogathon hosted by Classic Film and TV Cafe. Everyone has the movies they could kick back and live off of for the rest of their life. Whether it’s the films you watch when you’re sick, or the ones you’d save in a…

Dangerous When Wet (1953)

**This post is written as part of the TCM Discoveries Blogathon. Head over to The Nitrate Diva and read the rest of the participants work** Bloggers know this, sometimes it’s hard to talk about things you love. Too often you get wrapped up in reviewing everything at the risk of running out of content that…