What We Do in the Shadows Episode 7 Review: The Trial

Staten Island vampires face the music and off-tempo dancing as What We Do in the Shadows presents "The Trial." This What We Do in the Shadows review contains spoilers. What We Do in the Shadows ...

Reviews: "Too Late For Tears" (1949) And "Woman On The Run" (1950); Blu-ray/DVD Dual Format Editions From Arrow Films

By Tim Greaves (The following reviews pertain to the UK Region 2 releases) When I'm in the right mood I adore bit of film noir. I admire the diversity of its storytelling, I love every facet, from ...

The Forgotten: Two by Mankiewicz

The Late George Apley "If I am remembered at all, it will be as the swine who rewrote Scott Fitzgerald," said Joseph L. Mankiewicz on numerous occasions, and though he does rate a mention in any ...

Movie Poster of the Week: The Films of Joseph L. Mankiewicz

Above: German poster by Rolf Goetze for The Barefoot Contessa (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, USA, 1954).  Some twenty-two years ago, just a couple of months before Joseph L. Mankiewicz passed away at ...

The Essential Barry Manilow: Ranking His Top Twenty Songs

Barry Manilow has sold more than 80 million records worldwide since “Mandy” hit the charts 40 years ago, making him one of the biggest selling-artists ever, and even though he hasn’t had a Top Forty ...

‘Somewhere in the Night’ finds adequate balance somewhere between mystery and compelling drama

Somewhere in the Night Written by Joseph L. Mankiewicz Directed by Howard Dimsdale and Joseph L. Mankiewizc USA, 1946 A man (John Hodiak) wakes up in a military hospital, cognizant of the fact ...

The First Aurora Shooting Lawsuit Targets Three Entities

The First Aurora Shooting Lawsuit Targets Three Entities The shooting tragedy at Aurora's Century 16 movie theater has just attracted its first lawsuit, according to a TMZ report. The website reports that Torrence Brown, Jr., who was in the theater when ...