Fred MacMurray and Kurt Russell co-starred in FOLLOW ME BOYS, a wholesome Disney film produced in the mid-60s and featured MacMurray as a beloved Scoutmaster. Imagination Connoisseur Tom Jr Jackson provides his review of what turned out to be Walt Disney’s last film.
The Imagination Connoisseur known as Undead Sick writes in with a review of the entire ALIEN franchise – but focuses mostly on what seemed to be right about the prequel films: ALIEN: COVENANT and PROMETHEUS.
Jason Webster, a frequent reviewer of Asian cinema for The Burnettwork, shares his thoughts on a favorite film that gives most of us a different look at the Second World War.
Imagination Connoisseur, Pedro Ferreira, shares part of his critical review of KNIGHT RIDER 2010 and whether or not it lives up to the Knight Rider ethos of the earlier, 1980s TV show, this Made-for-TV movie may be more relevant today than it was when it was released in 1994.
Imagination Connoisseur, Joe Dick, turns a critical eye to the giant monster fight between our two favorite Titans: GODZILLA VS KONG.
In his review of FEMALE PRISONER #701: SCORPION, the PGS’s resident Asian cinephile, Jason Webster, claims actress Meiko Kaji and the sub-genre of “female revenge” films may have paved the way for female action heroes to come.
Read his review to learn more.