The Unseen: Brenda Starr

Editor’s note: The Unseen is a somewhat regular column, looking at movies that are out of print, never released on DVD and otherwise hard to find. In the 1990s, filmmakers seemed obsessed with taking old school children’s entertainment, updating it to film, and releasing it on an unsuspecting public, believing that parents would take their …

The Unseen: Frat House

Editor’s note: The Unseen is a somewhat regular column, looking at movies that are out of print, never released on DVD and otherwise hard to find. Todd Phillips is best known as the guy who introduced a the world to Frank the Tank, Starsky, Hutch and future brother-in-law Allan.  However, Phillips started off as a …

DVD Review: Clambake

The films of Elvis Presley are almost completely fluffy and forgettable.  1967’s “Clambake” is no exception.  That said, while these films are playing on the screen, there is something continuously entertaining about them. In “Clambake,” Presley plays Scott Hayward, the son of a well-known and well-heeled business owner.