Tag: Ray Kellogg

  • The Giant Gila Monster (1959)

    Like most movies of its era, The Giant Gila Monster begins with a soliloquy from Our Humble Narrator. While the camera lovingly moves over shots of a desolate desert landscape, Our Humble Narrator informs us that: “How large the dreaded Gila Monster grows, no man can say.” Looking for an explanation as to why this […]

  • The Killer Shrews (1959)

    The second part of our Ray Kellogg fort night (thank you once again, Nathan) begins with this statement, which has nothing at all to do with the rest of the movie. But whatever. Bad Movie Law states that Our Humble Narrator must say something before the start credits role, even if it’s an unnecessary non […]