There’s been a tradition going on for quite a while at Back to the Past. Monday mornings, Mike and I will get together and discuss movies we’ve seen, sometimes in great depth, sometimes just in passing.
We realized, before too long, that it would be more fun for us to do something a little more organized, so we started going through the James Bond films. We did one each week and built our own ratings chart for comparing them, but each week we’d be a little sad that we didn’t get a little more community going around it.
Well, it’s time to move our little soiree to the website so you, too, can contribute your opinion! Introducing our newest weekly column:
We invite you to join us as we delve into movies we love, hate, or haven’t seen yet.
The first project we are going to tackle in this column: Roger Corman’s Edgar Allan Poe films, starring (mostly) Vincent Price!
Corman knocked out 8 films in this series through American International Pictures, and we’ll be starting with The Fall of the House of Usher (1960).
So, your mission (should you choose to accept it), is to see Fall of the House of Usher on or before Sunday, August 24th. Our first Monday morning post for discussion will go up on the 25th.