Bombshells and Bosom Buddies

I don’t know if Michelle Pfeiffer auditioned for the role of Sonny Lumet on Bosom Buddies, but based on this photoshoot from around that time (see below) I think she certainly could’ve nailed the part of the show’s resident blonde bombshell. Not sure what she’s drinking, but I’ll have what she’s having. The sitcom that … Continue reading Bombshells and Bosom Buddies

1989: The Year of Meg and Michelle

My buddy Paul over at Pfeiffer Pfilms and Meg Movies and I are back with our first dual post in a few years (where did the time go??). Once again, we’re joining forces—or pforces, if you will—to do what we love to do most: wax rhapsodic over the enormous talents and jaw-dropping sex appeal of … Continue reading 1989: The Year of Meg and Michelle

Bad Cat, Indeed: Samantha “Sunshine” Jensen Redux

My soft spot for Baby Pfeiffer is legendary, but I’m not alone. My friends and fellow super pfans Kelda, Paul, Juan, and Stacy (RIP), to name just a few, love Baby Pfeiffer with the same sort of fanatical zeal as I do. Every now and then I take a deep dive into the early roles … Continue reading Bad Cat, Indeed: Samantha “Sunshine” Jensen Redux

Michelle Pfeiffer in the ‘80s, for Cinema of the ‘80s Magazine

I recently put my Michelle Pfeiffer fandom to use writing an eleven-page article for Cinema of the ‘80s magazine. To my ecstatic surprise, it’s the featured piece on the cover! There’s my name right beneath Michelle’s! I’m over the moon, honestly. As the magazine covers all corners of cinema in the decade of the 1980s, … Continue reading Michelle Pfeiffer in the ‘80s, for Cinema of the ‘80s Magazine

Lost and Found: Call Me

The poster for the long-forgotten 1988 erotic thriller Call Me is one of the simplest, yet most effective of its era. A telephone cord wrapped around a woman’s long, nylon-sheathed legs, with the tagline, “Her fantasies could be fatal.” That’s a poster that knows what type of film it’s advertising and does it perfectly. That … Continue reading Lost and Found: Call Me