A few questions with Bob Wall...
Never in my wildest dreams would I have ever thought I would be interviewing someone who terrified me as a child. Bob Wall's O'Hara, the original western bad guy, who paved the way for many more to follow in his footsteps. Interesting to note 'O'Hara' is … Continue reading →
To be honest I wish I could answer that myself, this would have saved me a lot of stress, time and sleepless nights BUT something within me is unable to quit this project, its unable to swerve off until all four episodes are written and delivered. A calling? A moment of madness? Who knows, who … Continue reading →
Sometimes a series finds you at the right time. Cobra Kai found me, at the right time. My bestie has been urging me to watch it for ages and what with writing, life and everything else, I just hadn't found the time. Now I fear I won't have the time for anything else, now I have found Cobra … Continue reading →
It with great sadness that I am typing up my last film review in the John Lone film series. I saved his first film debut for my last of his on this blog, King Kong.
This is the 1976 version of this classic starring Jeff Bridges and Jessica Lange. The Director was John Guillermin. I was … Continue reading →
I am so incredibly grateful for the ever-growing collection of decent, kind film industry folk I have made so far on my writing journey. The interview collection on The Mighty Dragon are the veins and strength of this blog, I hope that it continues to flourish and expand as it has and act as a … Continue reading →
I first saw Ines Laimins as PR Boss Esther Lambert in Joe Fiorello's Love Stalk (The Mighty Dragon review here). Aside from really enjoying her portrayal of this uber-bi*ch character I was totally intrigued as to how this versatile actress first made her footprints in China and how she has … Continue reading →