Since I’ve been talking about child labor again thanks to the Supreme Court case and Neil Kaytal’s immoral life choices, it’s worth making tonight’s film Children Who Labor, fr
Tonight’s let look at this amazing footage of the 1968 Democratic National Convention. This was preserved by the National Film Preservation Foundation and they have an interesting description to
You don’t have to know much Spanish to find the footage of this Mexican woman watching Rachael Ray teach how to make “Mexican” pozole pretty damn funny. The best part is the reaction
It’s been a stressful year. And the last week has been no less stressful. COVID makes going out to eat not a great idea. Like many of you, I have gone all-in on cooking in the last eight months
In 1974, Batgirl was very unhappy over Batman’s sexist pay structure.
I’ve been very busy and that is why I haven’t been blogging much. That also means I haven’t been able to explore the outer reaches of historical film much lately. But I think this Da
Edwin S. Porter’s 1904 classic Dog Factory is a must watch film for all. Well, except maybe your dog loving children. This film is also featured at the National Film Preservation Foundation webs
This 1928 travelogue by Isaac Upham doesn’t feel like a journey into 92 years ago. It feels like 200 years ago. Obviously the 20th century has reached China–the European style buildings in