Have Cheetah,Will View #421 – “Ultra Q” (1966)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #421 – “Ultra Q” (1966)

Its 9:53 am cold/snowy/3 Minutes Growing up my friends and I used to love Japanese monster movies. We would get excited whenever our local station would show a Godzilla or King Kong double feature. Now many of my friends would also talk about another cool Japanese show called “Ultraman”. Ultraman was a alien who could … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #412 – “Necrologies” (2018)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #412 – “Necrologies” (2018)

Its 11:17 pm dark/cold/coffee Something recently has been happening here at “Have Cheetah,Will View”. Paladin and I have been getting a lot of new studios and PR folks ringing our bell. While I like to chalk it up as superior writing and insight as well as taking chances on a lot of films you have … Continue reading

Guest writer –  Director Thijs Meuwese -“Lo There,Do I See The 13th Warrior”
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Guest writer – Director Thijs Meuwese -“Lo There,Do I See The 13th Warrior”

Its 1:11 pm Back in 2018 I had the pleasure of reviewing a great film called “Molly” which was co-directed by Colinda Bongers and Thijs Meuwese. Though my review,I was also lucky enough to develop a friendship with Thijs and Colinda.    I have spent many late nights talking with Thijs talking about various films … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #388 – “Finding Santa” (2016)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #388 – “Finding Santa” (2016)

Its 11:26 pm cold/dark As November rolls in,the faint rustle of Christmas can be heard as well. Soon Christmas shows will be all over the place bringing good cheer to all,or one would hope. The cheetah and I discussing this before our latest adventure as TriCoast had sent us a new film to look at … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #363 – “The Sock That Lives In My Laundry Basket” (2019)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #363 – “The Sock That Lives In My Laundry Basket” (2019)

Its 2:38 am warm When you have insomnia like I do,sometimes you just surf around just looking for a something mellow and chill to watch. As I was surfing on Twitter I saw a young film maker named Damian Asia share a post with the news he had just posted his first short film. Of … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #358 – “It Hits The Fan – 4 Apocalyptic Disaster Films” (2019)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #358 – “It Hits The Fan – 4 Apocalyptic Disaster Films” (2019)

Its 10:27 am sunny I had just put up our fun review/preview of bad shark movies when the cheetah came in with with another package from Mill Creek Entertainment care of Noah and Barrett. It seems like they had been poking about the blog and discovered we like crazy Nature Amok movies but haven’t reviewed … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #354 – “Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (2019)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #354 – “Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” (2019)

Its 2:27 pm The cheetah and I were chatting about which genre reviews do well for us and which ones sort of fizzle. We both agreed sadly that our animated reviews seem to struggle the most. Which to be honest sort of surprised us because of all things “superheroes”. In fact I make a point … Continue reading