Jack Burgess

Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (19 of 20)
Location: Tampa, Fl USA
In My Own Words:
Well, my name is James Jack Burgess and I currently live in Tampa, Florida. I was born in Montebello, California on March 22, 1963. All my life, as far back as I can remember I have always loved monsters. Whether they were of the classic mold or B-Movie variety, it did'nt make any difference. Monster magazines like the original Famous Monsters of Filmland
even further fueled my interest. Besides … Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 421,744 - Total Helpful Votes: 19 of 20
The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (Special Edition) (So&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Larry Blamire
The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra proves that THEY can make em' like they used to. This movie actually feels and looks like it was made around 1961. This movie was shot in black and white and filmed in Bronson Canyon, California where many other B-Monsters found a hospitable home while trying to conquer the earth. Even the musical score sounds like the stock library music B-Movie filmmakers used in those days. So if you love
Plan Nine From Outer Space (1958) and Catwomen on the Moon (1952) then you will really enjoy this film.
In this Special Edition DVD of The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra
you get:
1) A Technicolor 1940s Ub Iwerks cartoon "Skeleton Frolic"
2)… Read more
Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes <b>DVD</b> ~ Christopher Lambert
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Tarzan Movie, June 9 2004
This simply has got to be one of the best Tarzan films ever made. Yet I can't help feeling that this Tarzan film is merely
a great prelude of what could have been a great series of more
Tarzan films. Christopher Lambert was excellent as Tarzan/John Clayton and Andie MacDowell looked beautiful as Jane (dubbed by
Glen Close). The scene of the jungle explorers traveling down
a African river via tramp steamer reminded me of Disney World's
Jungle Cruise ride exactly. Beautiful cinematography and Rick
Baker's ape effects were fantastic. This Tarzan film seems to take place around the late 1890s - early 1900s, so the attention
to period detail was very well done… Read more
My Favorite Wife <b>DVD</b> ~ Irene Dunne
My Favorite Wife DVD ~ Irene Dunne
Relax out there folks, this DVD presentation of My Favorite Wife
is NOT COLORIZED. Rainsilver BLACK and WHITE it is. Others have
done a excellent job here at giving the plot details and their
judgements of this film, so I won't bother. Personally, I really
enjoyed this comedy. Bring out the popcorn and ENJOY.