Furs on Film – Every Day’s a Holiday (1937)

I have neglected the classics over the past year but will fold some good Old Hollywood films back into the program. What better way to start than with a new entry in the 20% club? Okay, thanks to a lot of ermine, it gets across the finish line, but it’s legit. It is our latest… Read More Furs on Film – Every Day’s a Holiday (1937)

Furs on Film – Chicago (2002)

It’s a Saturday and a movie from 2002, so it’s probably a period piece. This one is a musical, which is generally regarded as a lot better than the last musical I covered. Chicago is set in the 1920s, and I suspect there’s a little “embellishment” in the costume department, but that works out well… Read More Furs on Film – Chicago (2002)

Furs on TV – Snow Queen (2002)

It’s almost Christmas, or it will be the week after this goes live. I may take that off, so here’s the best I can do for a Christmas update. The funny thing is Christmas movies may seem like something that would make fur more likely because they are nominally associated with cold weather. But, let… Read More Furs on TV – Snow Queen (2002)

Furs on Film – Respect (2021)

Time to play “how quickly can I get a copyright claim on Youtube” with the most recent film I have ever reviewed: Respect. Since it came out in 2021 and has real fur, you better believe it’s a period piece, just like everything else I have reviewed released after 2010. You’d think there was something… Read More Furs on Film – Respect (2021)

Furs on Film – The Gumshoe Kid (1990)

It’s VHS time! While I love the 80s, there is quite a bit of media from that time that is only available in postage stamp resolution by modern standards. So forgive the lower quality; AI upscaling can only do so much at this point. I hereby swear, should The Gumshoe Kid be released with a… Read More Furs on Film – The Gumshoe Kid (1990)

Furs on Film – I, Tonya (2017)

A movie from 2017? It must be a period piece. This one was rammed through the ole suggestion form quite a few times, so someone is going to enjoy this. When I say it features Margot Robbie in fur, I’m sure some… ears… will prick up. Sadly, you’ll need to temper those expectations. I, Tonya… Read More Furs on Film – I, Tonya (2017)

Furs on Film – Murder-Rock: Dancing Death (1984)

Lucio Fulci is a big name in the scary movie world. He’s responsible for some genre classics in zombie and Gallio films and worked in many genres over a decades-long career. So, naturally, since I’m talking about him, we’ll be looking at one of his flops. Yes, horror fans may sing the praises of Zombi… Read More Furs on Film – Murder-Rock: Dancing Death (1984)

Furs on Film – The Possession Of Joel Delaney (1972)

Let the horror themes continue. Up next: possession. I was so ready to make Exorcist knock-off jokes about this movie, but it had the audacity to be released the year before The Exorcist. It even contains an exorcism of sorts. So get your fill of the furs in The Possession Of Joel Delaney, with a… Read More Furs on Film – The Possession Of Joel Delaney (1972)

Furs on Film – Penelope (1966)

I have unintentionally been flipping back and forth between drama and comedy for the past few updates, so let’s keep that ball rolling. It’s swinging ‘60s time again, a decade that is not the best for my preferred type of fur fashion but is not without its charms. Charm #1 is Natalie Wood, who returns… Read More Furs on Film – Penelope (1966)

Furs on Film – Strip Nude for Your Killer (1975)

Time for the soft announcement that this is now just an Edwige Fenech stan blog. Well, not quite yet, but suffice to say, after Asso, I started… prioritizing my review queue. Sadly, this is not as good as Asso, but I suspect I may have inadvertently started with the greatest Edwige Fenech fur film. No… Read More Furs on Film – Strip Nude for Your Killer (1975)