The Railway Children (1970) – Lionel Jeffries

A recommendation from the Great Movies – 100 Years of Film book following my screening of Home Alone for the Family Genre, The Railway Children was a film I had never heard of, but, if I had seen it as s child it certainly would have cemented my crush on Jenny Agutter a lot sooner….

Tales of the Gold Monkey (1983) – Cooked Goose & Last Chance Louie

This was the beginning of the end for Jake (Stephen Collins) and company. After a month off, the series came back in March of 1983, in a new time slot, Friday night at 10, hardly beneficial to the show’s target audience. Despite being a critical success, and garnering a growing fan base, the show was…

Last House On The Left (1972)

The 1970s kicked horror into a whole new gear as the films became grittier, and a new school of up and coming filmmakers began to make their mark. The 101 Horror Movies brought the first film by Wes Craven into the list, and this film is brutal and terrifying. Produced by Sean Cunningham, how would…