When the Walls Can Talk: Forbes’ Forgotten “The Whisperers” Finds New Breath | Blu-ray Review

When the Walls Can Talk: Forbes’ Forgotten “The Whisperers” Finds New Breath | Blu-ray Review British director Bryan Forbes is perhaps best remembered for his iconic American horror film The Stepford Wives, which became a genre classic and entered the cultural lexicon as a troubling metaphor ...

Operation Crossbow

‘Mission impossible’ escapism about high-stakes wartime sabotage looks at an authentic, dramatic episode of WW2 — the onslaught of futuristic V-Weapons on London — and then veers into fictional ...

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Easter Eggs and Reference Guide

David Crow Dec 14, 2019 We try to list and explain as many easter eggs and 1960s pop culture references as we can after viewing Once Upon a Time in Hollywood twice. This article contains major Once ...

Tribeca 2019: Francis Ford Coppola Debuts ‘Apocalypse Now Final Cut’ at 40th Anniversary

Sunday night saw New York’s stunning Beacon Theatre host the 40th Anniversary of the Oscar-winning Vietnam war classic Apocalypse Now, with a debut screening of the new Final Cut HD version of the ...

The Last Ship's Adam Baldwin Q & A: The Series Finale, His Steadfast Character & More

The Nathan James will soon complete its final mission. The Last Ship, which features the destroyer Nathan James and its crew, concludes its five-season run Sunday night. It's safe to assume the TNT ...

Appreciating the Storied Career of David Niven

Before you go on and read the article this man looks familiar doesn’t he? If you’re a purveyor of older movies then you might recognize David Niven from such classics as The Pink Panther, Around the ...

May 29th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include Annihilation, Zombie 3, Zombie 4: After Death

May’s home entertainment offerings are ending on a high note, led by the release of Alex Garland’s Annihilation on various formats this Tuesday. There are a handful of cult films getting an HD ...

Giveaway – Win Breakheart Pass on Dual Format

Breakheart Pass, an exhilarating murder-mystery western starring Charles Bronson, is available now for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK, in a Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) edition, on Monday, May ...

‘Zorba the Greek’ Star Anthony Quinn Once Personified Diversity in Hollywood

‘Zorba the Greek’ Star Anthony Quinn Once Personified Diversity in Hollywood Decades before Hollywood got serious about the need for diversity, Anthony Quinn was diversity. This month marks the birthday of the Mexico-born, L.A.-raised actor who played Bedouins, Native ...

Play Dirty

In a war film, what’s the difference between nasty exploitation and just plain honest reportage? André De Toth made tough-minded action films with the best of them, and this nail-biting commando ...

Now Shipping Worldwide: "Cinema Retro's Movie Classics- WWII Movies Of The Sixties"!

Cinema Retro proudly presents this year's Movie Classics 80-page special issue: "World War II Movies of the Sixties", showcasing films that only Cinema Retro would cover in-depth. Some are true ...

The Beautiful and the Damned Dirty Apes: A History of The Planet of The Apes

Author: Cai Ross The original Planet of The Apes movies occupied a curious netherworld of critical opinion. With each film, the budget was sawn in half, leading to a successive pattern of diminishing ...

Those Redheads from Seattle 3-D

Another 3-D breakthrough, this time for a Paramount musical rescued from oblivion and remastered by the 3-D Archive. Rhonda Fleming and Gene Barry star in a blend of songs and Alaskan adventure filmed ...

Boy on a Dolphin

Killer Greek scenery in CinemaScope graces Jean Negulesco's relaxed thriller about art theft in the Aegean. But viewers are more likely to remember Sophia Loren's sexy wet diving costume that insured ...

Dancing Ledge and HarperCollins bringing Alistair MacLean’s novels to TV as event series

Deadline is reporting that Dancing Ledge Productions and publisher HarperCollins are partnering up for a series of TV adaptations of the novels of legendary British thriller writer Alistair MacLean. ...

Dancing Ledge Pacts For Alistair MacLean Novels; ‘San Andreas’ To Be First Event Mini

Laurence Bowen’s London-based Dancing Ledge Productions has entered into a deal with publisher HarperCollins to adapt the novels of Alistair MacLean as event TV series. The first project under the ...

Drive-In Dust Offs: Happy Birthday To Me (1981)

Aging much better than a freezer burnt, half eaten cake, Happy Birthday to Me (1981) stands out as one of the better ones from the golden era of slashers, when the major studios weren’t afraid to ...

Delayed Sequels Have Become Immediate Profits

Can studios really expect theater audiences to keep coming back to old franchises decades after their original release? Looking at data over the last couple decades, the answer has become a resounding ...

Movie Alert! TCM (North America) Features Memorial Day Blockbuster Line-up

In recognition of Memorial Day, Turner Classic Movies (North America) features a blockbuster string of classic films showing back-to-back on Monday. Consider this line-up: "55 Days at Peking" starring ...

DVD Review: "Cannon For Cordoba" (1970) Starring George Peppard

By Lee Pfeiffer MGM has released the 1970 Western Cannon For Cordoba as part of their burn-to-dvd line. This is yet another film that was written off as "run of the mill" at the time of its initial ...

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