I don’t want to speak for all collectors, but some of us who collect physical and digital media often choose … Continue reading 4 Amazing Things About Blind Buys
Truthfully, I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve read this book. Bombshell: The Life & Death of Jean Harlow … Continue reading Bombshell: The Life & Death of Jean Harlow by David Stenn
Victor and Victoria (1933)*, Germany, 99 min Special Feature: Audio commentary by film historian Gaylyn Studlar Available on Blu-ray from … Continue reading Victor and Victoria (1933)
Back in mid-July, I decided to redeem some of my Aeroplan points for an Amazon gift card (Lord knows I … Continue reading New In: Blu-ray Box Sets
Madchen In Uniform (1931)*, Germany, 88 min Special Feature: Audio commentary by film historian Jenni Olson Available on Blu-ray from … Continue reading An LGBTQ+ Film You Won’t Believe is 89 Years Old!
I purchased MGM Style: Cedric Gibbons and the Art of Hollywood’s Golden Age by Howard Gutner late last year, right … Continue reading MGM Style: Cedric Gibbons & the Art of the Golden Age of Hollywood by Howard Gutner
This weekend, I had the enormously great pleasure to speak with film enthusiast superstar (trust me, he is) Daisuke Beppu … Continue reading Talking About Film & Collecting for 1.5 hrs with Daisuke Beppu
The Only Woman In the Room by Marie Benedict wasn’t originally listed on my TBR for Raquel’s #ClassicFilmReading challenge. It … Continue reading The Only Woman In the Room by Marie Benedict
I don’t know for sure – because I haven’t counted – but I think this is the fourth or fifth … Continue reading Silent Stars by Jeanine Basinger
If you’ve been a long-time reader of Super Veebs, you’ll know that I got into minimalism big-time a couple years … Continue reading Can I Still Call Myself A Minimalist?