Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.

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5 responses to “King Kong (1933) – Film & DVD Review”

  1. » AFI Top Ten Sci-Fi & Fantasy

    [...] include PINOCCHIO (1941) and SHREK (2001) for Animation; KING KONG (1933) and LORD OF THE RINGS (2001) for Fantasy; and WAR OF THE WORLDS (1953) and THE MATRIX (1999) [...]

  2. » AFI Nominees: The best sci-fi and fantasy films?

    [...] *KING KONG (1933). Absolutely the best monster movie ever. [...]

  3. » Cinefantastique Web Surfing: Kong turns 75

    [...] on 04 Mar 2008 at 05:11 pm | Tagged as: Movies Monsters and Critics has a nice tribute to the 1933 KING KONG, which turned 75 on March 2: New York – A gigantic gorilla perched atop the Empire State Buildingin [...]

  4. » Sense of Wonder AFI’s Top Ten Fantasy and Science Fiction Films

    [...] KING KONG (1933) [...]

  5. Laserblast - January 20th DVD & Blu-ray Releases: Saw, City of Ember, Max Payne & More | Cinefantastique Online

    [...] one of the definitive classics of genre cinema, King Kong. Running very nearly twice the length of the 1933 original, the 2005 version is the very definition of a film’s whole being less than the sum of its parts. [...]

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