Balladeer’s Blog’s end of year retrospective continues with a look at April’s best.
EIGHT JAMES WOODS MOVIES – My reviews of James Woods films like Videodrome, Salvador, The Hard Way and others. Click HERE.
BAKARIDJAN KONE – A neglected epic myth from Africa. Click HERE.
THE SCARLET PLAGUE (1912) – Jack London’s often forgotten science fiction work about a world ravaged by class divisions and a deadly disease. Click HERE.
JIM HENSON’S PROTO-MUPPETS WILKINS AND WONTKINS (1957-1961) – A fascinating look at Henson’s early work. Click HERE.
QUALITY COMICS SUPERHEROES – A look at the 1940s and 1950s superheroes from Quality Comics. Figures like Phantom Lady, Margo the Magician, Uncle Sam, Black Condor, etc. Click HERE.
CAMERONE DAY – The French Foreign Legion’s most hallowed military action. Click HERE.
AGON: ATOMIC DRAGON (1964) – The often forgotten giant Japanese kaiju monster. Click HERE.
TRUMP VINDICATED YET AGAIN – And another anti-Trump lie was exposed, adding to the long, long list. Click HERE.
ANTIFA SETS FIRE TO OCCUPIED BUILDING – Hate squads are gonna hate squad. Click HERE.
THE CLOCK: His first 1930s adventures. Click HERE.
THE QUEST OF SETH FOR THE OIL OF LIFE (1962) – My review of the classic work on comparative mythology centered around legends concerning the tree whose wood was eventually used to make Jesus Christ’s cross. Click HERE.
A.D.A.M. (1973) – Neglected British science fiction telefilm. Click HERE.
A LOOK AT 21st CENTURY CORPORATE FASCISM – Click HERE.
THE FIRST TWENTY 1940s ADVENTURES OF THE SHIELD – The MLJ superhero. Click HERE.
AMERICA’S MEDIA: EVEN LOWER THAN OUR POLITICIANS – For some recent examples click HERE.
BRANDON TATUM CORRECTS A BBC NEWSREADER – Brandon is great in action. Click HERE.