Bell bottoms and leisure suits not required (thankfully). Here’s my list.
Today I take a look at several horror titles, mostly from the 1970s, when things start to get interesting… It’s all here!
Kick off your Earth shoes, break out your leisure suits, and cue up those 8-track tapes! It’s time for my Best Movie Discoveries from the 1970s!
Here are a few thoughts on the wrap-up of our 1970s film series at the Severna Park Community Library. It was a lot of work, but I’d do it again in a second. In fact, I’m planning on doing just that!
Wow, we certainly had some interesting discussions at the library over these two films, especially trying to untangle the ending of Cutter’s Way. Please read on!
Last night we kicked off our very first film series at the Severna Park Library, “What Were the ’70s Trying to Tell Us?” with Sidney Lumet’s Network (1976). Read more about it here.
I ran across this article yesterday, “Every Single Movie That Jimmy Carter Watched at the White House” by Matt Novak for Paleofuture and was stuck by many things. First, that a President of the United States obviously made watching movies a priority. He watched over 400 films in just one term of office, which comes out to at least two movies a week. Heck, I can’t even do that and I’m just an average librarian with no kids and a movie theater across the street. I’m on the phone with people trying to renew their books, not world leaders.