Have Cheetah,Will View #368 – “Without A Trace” Season 3 (2004)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #368 – “Without A Trace” Season 3 (2004)

Its 7:30 pm warm The cheetah and I are saddling up and heading back to Jack Malone and his Missing Persons Unit on “Without A Trace”. Thanks to our undercover informant “M” (<– has a Richard Roxburgh quality about it,doesn’t it?) over at Warner Brothers Archive,we can take a look at season three of this … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #367 – “Guest of Honor” (2019)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #367 – “Guest of Honor” (2019)

Its 4:16 pm warm/cloudy Last week I was doing my prep work for a pair of interviews and another review when Silvio Wolf Busch sent me a note and a link to a short film he had done called “Guest of Honor”. This film is set in World War Two and it is based on … Continue reading

8 Questions with…………..writer-film director Aislinn Clarke
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8 Questions with…………..writer-film director Aislinn Clarke

Its 10:46 pm warm/dark/birthday Welcome to “8 Questions With……” Its been quite a week to say the least for the cheetah and myself. First we got to share the new teaser for “Kill Mode” and just when things couldn’t get more exciting,we landed this interview with Irish film director Aislinn Clarke whose debut film “The … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #366 – “Big Brother” (2018)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #366 – “Big Brother” (2018)

Its 5:49 pm sunny I have been a fan of Donnie Yen’s ever since I saw him in “Iron Monkey” back at a midnight show in San Jose. That movie was fast and furious and Yen commanded the screen and his martial art skills were very impressive. After “Iron Monkey” came out here in America,I … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View – Teaser and poster for “Kill Mode”
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Have Cheetah,Will View – Teaser and poster for “Kill Mode”

Its 9:16 pm night So I have some pretty great news……the sequel to “Molly” is done and hopefully will be released by the end of the year. Now anyone who has read this here blog knows I rave about two films a WHOLE LOT in particular…”A Dark Song” and “Molly”. I love these two films … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #365 – “Space Station” (2002)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #365 – “Space Station” (2002)

Its 6:16 pm warm I recently got a nice bundle from our new pal Noah from Mill Creek Entertainment and among the goodness of a pair of Andy Sidaris films and some excellent bad shark movies,he also sent us something that long readers may know that the cheetah and I love and that is IMAX … Continue reading

The Round Table #3 – Blast From the Past
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The Round Table #3 – Blast From the Past

Its 5:09 pm hazy/humid A few entries ago,I wrote about a pair of movies that have drawn such unexpected traffic to my blog,in sense they have become my blog’s “cult movies”. As I was writing that blog,I started wondering if other film critics/buffs had experienced that. In today’s world of instant up to the date … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #364 -“Vera” (2018)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #364 -“Vera” (2018)

Its 12:34 pm warm Checked our email last week and was pleasantly surprised to see a new email from our favorite short film actor,the impressive Timothy J. Cox. Timothy has pretty much always sent us top notch films so we were eager to take a look at “Vera”. Jack (Cox) is a businessman who travels … Continue reading