About Ernie Fink

Ernie Fink has been a fan of film, mainly in the genres of horror and mystery, in equal parts, for over fifty years. His love of horror in the cinema begins with "King Kong" and in literature with Edgar Allan Poe and Bernhardt J. Hurwood.  With mysteries, he skipped from the Hardy Boys right to Hercules Poirot, only to find John Rebus and Harry Hole waiting in the wings. He has been known to read subtitles extensively, and rarely leaves a theater until the lights come up.

B-Movies and Childhood: Why we Love the Best Worst Movies

    According to “Wikipedia,” a B-Movie is “a low-budget commercial motion picture that is not an Art House film. In its original usage, during the Golden Age of Hollywood” (roughly 1929 to 1948), “the term more precisely identified a film intended for distribution as a less-publicized, bottom half of … Read More