Rafter Romance (1933)

Outside of being an amazing opportunity to gather with like-minded folks and watch movies, the TCM Classic Film Festival is the place to hear bizarre stories about movies caught in legal limbo. (I’m fairly certain this festival is the only time where a legal affairs officer can enthrall an audience for 20 minutes.) In fact,…

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Ticklish Business #20: TCMFF Audio, Vol. 1

Listen to my exclusive audio from the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival. In this episode you’ll hear introductions with Cari Beauchamp, Rose McGowan and Michael Douglas, as well as my interviews with Keir Dullea and Wyatt McCrea. If you listen via iTunes, please consider leaving a rating and review. And if you’d like to support…

My TCM Classic Film Festival Coverage

This year’s TCM Classic Film Festival coverage is a little different. My pass this year was granted to me as part of my work with Culturess, so if you’d like to hear a blow-by-blow of what I did and saw during TCMFF, click the following links. Stay tuned to Journeys in Classic Film over the…

North by Northwest (1959)

If you’ve looked at my previous coverage on Alfred Hitchcock then you’re aware of the glaring omissions in his filmography for me. Well, cross one of the biggies off the list for I’ve finally seen North by Northwest. Hitchcock’s Bond-esque story of the man who wasn’t there is a top-notch in every sense of the…

The Lake Update for April

As you’re reading this I’ll be winging my way down to cover the 2017 TCM Classic Film Festival for another year as press. You’ll want to check out my coverage both here and at Culturess where I’ll be posting as many reviews and photos as I can without dying from exhaustion. After I return I’ll…

The TCM Top 10 for April 2017

My TCM consumption will be on overdrive this month as I wing my way down to L.A. for the TCM Classic Film Festival. However, that’s no reason not to watch TCM before and after my return. Or, if you can’t attend, you can get a small slice of the festival through the programming. Let me…