Letters to the Editor James Nimmo
Are America’s gay and lesbian service members better off with DADT now
on the way to the trash can of prejudice? Are gays and lesbians in
civilian life better off without DADT on the books?
Horror Rod Lott
Sick of creating innovative tricks only to see someone else take credit
for it, inventor Don Gallico (Vincent Price) decides to try his hand at
performing live magic as Gallico the Great, aka The Mad Magician.
Shoot the president? Sinatra aims to do it his way.
Thriller Rod Lott
From 1954, Suddenly
is the lesser-known of Frank Sinatra’s two films centered on a
presidential assassination. Cry “sacrilege” if you wish, but I actually
prefer it to the later, more polished, highly revered The Manchurian Candidate. Yes, Suddenly is a B-noir treatment of the same theme, but the underdog proves ridiculously effective.
Red and black antennas waving, they all do it the same.
Drama Rod Lott
Charlton Heston comes second-billed to eventual Sound of Music baroness Eleanor Parker in 1954's The Naked Jungle.
Nowhere in the credits is there room to list the true stars — or at
least the reason for watching: millions and millions of mean-ass ants.