Tag: Bette Davis

Tired Old Queen at the Movies - The Private Lives of Queen Elizabeth and Essex

It’s Monday and that means it’s time for a classic movie review from our favorite Tired Old Queen at the Movies – Steve Hayes! This week, Steve shares his love of classic films sharing a review of the movie The Private Lives of Queen Elizabeth and Essex starring Bette Davis and Errol Flynn. Click through... Read more »

Saturday Morning Video: Bette Davis Dance Remix

Click through to see the funny “recommended video” that YouTube suggested I watch after this one Why after all of these Bette Davis videos would YouTube suggest that I watch a video about a young guy flexing his muscles.

Tired old queen at the movies - The Letter

Just in time for the weekend it’s another installment of the ‘Tired Old Queen At the Movies’ and this week Steve takes on the 1940 classic “The Letter” starring Bette Davis and Gale Sondergaard (the original pick for the Wicked Witch of the West). I’ve already added it to my Netflix queue!
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Reeling Film Festival Schedule: Saturday

Standing-n-Truth: Breaking the SilenceTim Daniels (USA, 2009, 70 min.) First time director Tim Daniels presents an essential, unsettling documentary that explores black American sexual identity. Featuring outspoken artists such as Sheryl Lee Ralph and Kim Whitley, the film shows the many faces of a culture within a culture that is often dismissed and remains largely... Read more »