Sunday, April 21, 2013
Saturday, April 20, 2013
Brent Campbell as James (left) and Tim Parkinson as Gilbert (right)
In this edition of Endyr's Movie Theater I am featuring an incredibly entertaining movie called "All The Kind Strangers". It has an all-star cast that includes Stacy Keach, John Savage, and Robby Benson. But, the real scene stealers are Tim Parkinson and Brent Campbell who give the movie just that right kind of magical touch, and believability. One might say that "All The Kind Strangers" is like "The Hills Have Eyes" but with kids instead. You can watch the complete movie for FREE by clicking on the video widget below. By-the-way, in case you have not noticed by now, all of the movies presented on Endyr's Movie Theater can be watched here in their entirety for FREE. Safe journeys to all the fans of Endyr's Movie Theater, wherever you may be.
Posted by Endyr at 9:30 PM
Thursday, April 18, 2013
In this edition of Endyr's Movie Theater I am featuring "Robot Monster". It's a movie that is so bad, that it is good. In fact, "Robot Monster" has been voted to be the worst science-fiction movie ever made. I can heartily agree with that, but what makes the movie so cool is Gregory Moffett who stars as "Johnny". He adds a freshness and life to an otherwise dull plot. I find it amazing though, that Elmer Bernstein, the late-great master film composer, wrote the music for "Robot Monster". Bring out the popcorn, soda, and candy for some incredible Sci-Fi entertainment. Safe journeys to all the fans of Endyr's Movie Theater, wherever you may be.
Posted by Endyr at 8:58 PM
Sunday, April 14, 2013
From 1916 to 1917, a series of mysterious events occurred at a small mountain village called Fatima, located in Portugal. There are many different theories as to what actually took place there, but the general consensus is that it was nothing short of miraculous. Even more amazing though is that the individuals in the center of these occurrences were three, humble, illiterate shepherd children, named Lucia Abóbora, aged ten, and her cousins Francisco and Jacinta Marto, aged nine and seven respectively. They were chosen by a celestial entity to be major players in an otherworldly adventure. It was a very unlikely trio, but historically, angelic, and other heavenly emissaries, have often chosen children to be the recipients of visions, and prophecies. Was this actually a close encounter of the third kind: In this edition of Endyr's Movie Theater, I am presenting a brief introduction to the Fatima enigma. In 1952, the film "The Miracle Of Our Lady Of Fatima" was released. Even though the movie itself was flawed, it managed to popularize the Fatima apparitions in ways that print media was not able to do. It contains, among other things, many factual errors. There is a major mistake right at the very beginning of the movie, when the narrator says "Here is Fatima on Sunday, May 15, 1917". Well, the correct date was actually May 13, 1917. Also, this was not the first apparition as the movie seemed to imply. The apparitions actually began during the month of April, 1915. Errors aside, and viewed as a devotional tool, the movie served its purpose though. Please click on the video widget below to watch "The Miracle Of Our Lady Of Fatima", in its entirety, for FREE. It stars Susan Whitney as Lucia, Sammy Ogg as Francisco, and Sherry Jackson as Jacinta. Please click on this link to purchase a copy of "The Miracle Of Our Lady Of Fatima" from Amazon.com: The Miracle of Our Lady of Fatima Safe journeys to all the fans of Endy's Movie Theater, wherever you may be.
Posted by Endyr at 1:47 AM
Friday, April 12, 2013
In this special edition of Endyr's Movie Theater I am featuring one of the most beautiful songs in the whole world. It's called "L'Envie d'aimer (The Desire To Love), and it is from the incredible French musical, "Les Dix Commandements (The Ten Commandments)". This song was composed by Pascal Obispo, and Lionel Florence who have had several number one hits in France, and Patrice Guirao. "L'Envie d'aimer" is one of the biggest selling singles of all time in France, and was also a hit in other Western European countries. Valentin, Rémi, Madeleine, Enzo, and Oliana who were the finalist from the first season of Ecole des Stars, were invited back to the program to perform this magnificent encore during the finale of the show. I can listen to this song over and over again and it still brings tears to my eyes. Safe journeys to all the fans of Endyr's Movie Theater, wherever you may be.
Posted by Endyr at 6:39 PM
Thursday, April 11, 2013
"Tommy The Kid" is a cool video short from Australia, that was written and directed by Stuart Clegg, and stars Isaac Harrison as Tommy. To say more about this sensational film would give away too much of its ingenious plot. Bring out the popcorn, candies and soda, and let's get ready for a rip-roaring Australian cowboy adventure. Safe journeys to all the fans of Endyr's Movie Theater, wherever you may be.
Posted by Endyr at 2:28 PM
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
"Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? Only The Shadow knows!" These are the immortal words of The Shadow, also known as Lamont Cranston. "Invisible Avenger" directed by James Wong Howe, and starring Richard Derr as Lamont Cranston/The Shadow, is a must see mystery classic. "The Shadow" started out as a serial on the radio in 1930, and later morphed into the movies starting in 1937. This is wonderful period stuff, and is the equivalent of a cheeseburger with fries, and a large soda for the mind. Have fun. Safe journeys to all the fans of "Endyr's Movie Theater", wherever you may be.
Posted by Endyr at 6:59 PM
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
In this edition of Endyr's Movie Theater I am featuring the incredibly entertaining 1959 classic "Teenagers From Outer Space". It is interesting to note that this movie was made for only $14,000, which in itself is quite amazing even for its day. That makes it an ultra low budget movie. With that said, "Teenagers From Outer Space" still lost money when it was released theatrically. The director Tom Graeff was a very interesting character. Because the film failed at the box office, it placed a lot of stress on an already emotionally burdened Graeff, and in the fall of 1959, he suffered a nervous breakdown, proclaiming himself to be the second coming of Christ. After a number of public appearances followed by a subsequent arrest for disrupting a church service, Graeff disappeared from Hollywood. Unfortunately he committed suicide in 1970. Oh, I forgot to mention, watch out for the Focusing Disintegrator Ray Gun that is used in the movie. It was a popular toy in the 1950s. I actually had one of those as a child and I enjoyed disintegrating my annoying kid sister. Bring out the popcorn, soda, and candy, and let's have a good time watching "Teenagers From Outer Space". Safe journeys to all the fans of Endyr's Movie Theater, wherever you may be.
Posted by Endyr at 11:20 PM
Monday, April 8, 2013
In this edition of Endyr's Movie Theater, I am featuring "House On Haunted Hill" starring the immortal Vincent Price. This movie is very campy and creepy, and it makes me wonder what the director and cast were smoking when they filmed it. Anyway, it certainly is a Cheeseburger, French Fries, and a Soft Drink for the mind. Elisha Cook Jr., the late-famous character actor, is the smarmy narrator at the beginning of the film. Keep in mind that at Endyr's Movie Theater, all the movies featured can be watched here in their entirety for FREE. Safe journeys to all the fans of Endyr's Movie Theater, wherever you may be.
Posted by Endyr at 11:55 PM