Posts By: Laura Seymour

Laura Seymour

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: Ishtar (1987)

This is just a big mess. Someone thought that Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman would be an incredible team on screen and figured “who cares about the script–they always bring in the money!” Or so it seems anyway. My concern is how they managed to sucker these two more-than-capable actors into performing in this crap…. Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: Area 51

This made for TV film has been in high demand on channels like the Discovery and the Learning Channels. The summer months often produce high demand programs in specialty weeks like Shark Week and UFO week., and this film is a result of the latter. British TV producer Martin Belverson was smart enough to film… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: Mars Mission (1992)

From UFOs to possible life on other planets, this column goes places! Mars Mission is really a videotape of a United Nations presentation by speaker Richard D. Hoagland. Talking to the honorable assembly would be pretty cool for me but to a former NASA scientist maybe not. He is easily the most interesting speaker I’ve… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: The Secret KGB UFO Files

The month of December is dedicated to unique occult films that make me curious about interesting phenomena. The world is filled with interesting mysteries and some people have actually sunk money, time and energy into trying to unravel them. The first of these unique projects is one I picked up in a cheap DVD bin… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: The Sixth Sense

Focus on Bruce Willis There are few films gave me the incredible gasp I had as I found the “solution” to this one. This one grabbed me by my breasts and wrung hard! OUCH! Bruce Willis, as Malcolm Crowe, is a happily married man who starts to have some problems when he and his wife… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: Mercury Rising

Focus on Bruce Willis This film is a real departure for the very good-humored Mr. Willis. He first appears as a scruffy guy in army fatigues–almost Fidel Castro-ish–FBI agent, Art Jeffries. I found myself liking his bearded and burly look. Then off it comes and he’s in a business suit… ah well, whatever. Bruce looks… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Film Review: Die Hard

Focus on Bruce Willis It seems like only yesterday that the actor with the most films in my personal collection–had hair! This film is still an amazing kick and mighty fun. Also, it has a good mushy ending. Here is the premise: an off-duty cop gets ready to spend Christmas with his ex-wife. He’s bushed… Read more »

Flicks & Folios – Monster Moview Review: Armageddon

Focus on Bruce Willis I realized the other day that the majority of films in my collection star Bruce Willis, so I decided that I should do a Bruce Willis month. I therefore start with my personal favorite, Armageddon. Bruce stars as Harry Stamper, a loose cannon who know how to get things done on… Read more »