Drive-In Dust Offs: 10 To Midnight (1983)

Horror was so prevalent and popular in the early ‘80s that even the action genre wanted in on the…uh, action. Chuck Norris haiyah’ed a Michael Myers wannabe in Silent Rage (1982), so next up it was ...

Remembering Tom Petty, Oscar-Winning 'Star Wars' Costumer John Mollo and More Reel-Important People We Lost in October

Reel-Important People is a monthly column that highlights those individuals in or related to the movies that have left us in recent weeks. Below you'll find names big and small and from all areas of ...

The Valachi Papers

Charles Bronson plays a real-life Mafiosi in a period picture with a fine script, some good performances and a production so sloppy that the whole thing could be called The Anachronism Papers. Joseph ...

Oscar’S Year Of Visual Effects, and The Art Of Seeing And Believing

If you have been living and routinely interacting with other human beings over the last month, you’ve probably heard one or two words involving this year’s Academy Awards and the heated controversy ...

Gunman’s Walk, Land Raiders & A Man Called Sledge

Germany's Explosive Media company has a serious itch for American westerns, and they have a trio of new releases. One is a minor Hollywood classic with major graces, from the late 1950s. A second sees ...

Super-8 Frankenstein Movie Madness September 2nd at The Way Out Club in St. Louis

The big green guy with the bolts in his neck gets his day in St. Louis when we celebrate Hollywood’s most famous movie monster at The Way out Club. Super-8 Frankenstein Movie Madness will take place ...

Movie Poster of the Week: “National Lampoon’s Vacation” and the Posters of Boris Vallejo

When Harold Ramis died last week I looked for a poster to memorialize him. It wasn’t easy: Ramis was a director of American comedies, and American comedies, especially from the 1980s onwards, tend not ...

Cinema Retro Special Report: Paul Talbot On The Making Of Charles Bronson's "The Evil That Men Do"

By Paul Talbot The poster screamed: “Most criminals answer to the law. The world’s most savage executioner must answer to Bronson.” Since the late 1960s, Charles Bronson’s name on a marquee was a ...

Character Actor Ed Lauter Dead at 74

Ed Lauter was one of my favorite character actors, one who seemed to be around as long as I can remember. With his height, balding head, and distinctive bearing, Lauter was often cast as cops, toughs ...

Charles Bronson Died Ten Years Ago Today – Here Are His Ten Best Films

I think everyone remembers where they were August 31st, 2003 when they heard that Charles Bronson had died. I was visiting my brother in Atlanta when my nephew knocked on my door and informed me that ...

Thai Pitch Events Returns To Cannes

Thailand’s Ministry of Culture is once again organizing the Thai Pitch event at this year’s Cannes Film Festival market. Four projects from well-regarded Thai filmmakers have been chosen to take part ...

'Room 237': All 47 Movies Used in the Documentary About 'The Shining'

"Room 237" is hardly your average documentary. Not only does it float some very out-there theories about what Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining" is really about, it illustrates those points with clips ...

Sharen Davis Costume Interview: Django Unchained

Despite being twice Oscar nominated, for Ray in 2004 and then Dreamgirls and 2006, costume designer Sharen Davis has yet to win the big one. She ticks a lot of the Academy’s boxes too: period clothes, ...

'West of Memphis' Soundtrack Includes Nick Cave, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith

'West of Memphis' Soundtrack Includes Nick Cave, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith Legacy Records has released the track listing for West of Memphis: Voices For Justice, an album of music from and inspired by the new documentary about the West Memphis Three. The album contains ...

West of Memphis Soundtrack to Feature Songs by Bob Dylan and Marilyn Manson

West of Memphis Soundtrack to Feature Songs by Bob Dylan and Marilyn Manson Legacy Recordings will release West of Memphis: Voices For Justice, an album of music and songs inspired by the new Sony Pictures Classics film, West of Memphis, which chronicles the case of the West ...

Your Essential Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Guide

Your Essential Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Guide The key to any voyage into the twangy depths of this weekend's Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival is planning. San Francisco's annual free celebration of bluegrass (and also not bluegrass) in Golden ...

The White Buffalo – The DVD Review

In 1976 Italian movie mogul Dino De Laurentiis unleashed his heavily promoted King Kong to eager audiences. Though a modest success, the remake was trashed by critics and, especially in light of Peter ...

Rotterdam Film Festival's Hubert Bals Fund announces Spring 2012 Selections

What will the next year's festivals be showing? Look at what the Hubert Bals Fund of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (Iffr) has selected for a preview: nineteen film projects will receive ...

Gurvinder Singh receives Hubert Bals Fund for ‘The Fourth Direction’

Gurvinder Singh receives Hubert Bals Fund for ‘The Fourth Direction’ Gurvinder Singh Gurvinder Singh, National Award winning director (Anhey Ghore Da Daan) has been selected to receive Hubert Bals Fund Spring 2012 for his next project ‘The Fourth Direction’. The ...

Best of 2011 (Behind the Scenes): 'Sons of Anarchy' music supervisor Bob Thiele Jr. on season 4's greatest hits

Best of 2011 (Behind the Scenes): 'Sons of Anarchy' music supervisor Bob Thiele Jr. on season 4's greatest hits As 2011 comes to a close, EW.com wanted to honor some of the hardworking names and faces from behind the scenes for their outstanding achievements. We asked Sons of Anarchy music supervisor Bob Thiele ...

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