Author: Sara Freeman

Sara Freeman is a writer whose film and culture pieces have ranged from Claudette Colbert as a WWII action heroine to Edgar G. Ulmer’s late period sci-fi films to interviewing John Hyams and beyond. Sara was born in southern Oregon, spent her college years and then some in Chicago and moved to the Czech Republic in 2012. She often dreams of John McTiernan directing another movie. She blogs, posts, and tweets as Celluloid Angel.

The Films of Cinema: An Interview with Outlaw Vern

  One of The Vulgar Cinema’s favorite writers is the illustrious Outlaw Vern. He’s been writing movie reviews and criticism about badass cinema online since 1999 and is also the author of two great books, Yippee Ki-Yay Moviegoer!: Writings on Bruce Willis, Badass Cinema and Other Important Topics and Seagalogy: The Ass-Kicking Films of Steven Seagal. His website is an essential resource for devotees of DTV movies and action… Read more →

Dear Dwayne Johnson (You Made Me Love You)

This video is a remake of Judy Garland’s “Dear Mr. Gable (You Made Me Love You)” from The Broadway Melody of 1938. As you can tell from my video, I love Dwayne Johnson. I love watching him on WWE, on television and especially in movies. He is endlessly likeable and effortlessly charismatic. You can’t buy or manufacture his type of… Read more →

Fever Pitch (2005)

Fever Pitch is an All-American sweetheart of a movie. Though it was mostly ignored by film critics and audiences who seemed to think the Farrelly Brothers were slumming for directing a Drew Barrymore vehicle, the movie is actually a joy to watch and holds a unique place in the Farrelly Brothers filmography. Set during the historic 2004 season of the… Read more →