September 15th Genre Releases Include Little Monsters (Blu-ray/Digital), Shivers (Blu-ray/Digital), The Ghost Breakers (Blu-ray), Vampire In Brooklyn (Blu-ray)

September 15th Genre Releases Include Little Monsters (Blu-ray/Digital), Shivers (Blu-ray/Digital), The Ghost Breakers (Blu-ray), Vampire In Brooklyn (Blu-ray) We’ve got a big week of home media releases ahead of us, so I hope that your wallets are ready to suffer a whole lot of abuse this Tuesday, because there are a ton of must-own titles headed home that ...

Vestron Video's Little Monsters Blu-ray Special Feature Revealed

Vestron Video's Little Monsters Blu-ray Special Feature Revealed Brand new to the Vestron Video Collector's Series at #19, the family-friendly gateway to young horror fans, Little Monsters, arrives on Blu-ray&#8482 and Digital September 15 from Lionsgate. Newly ...

James Ivory movies: 15 greatest films ranked worst to best

James Ivory movies: 15 greatest films ranked worst to best James Ivory celebrates his 92nd birthday on June 7, 2020. The director, who became an art house favorite thanks to a series of lofty literary adaptations produced by his partner Ismail Merchant, shows ...

Hugh Grant Running for Political Office? ‘I Have Thought About It’

Hugh Grant Running for Political Office? ‘I Have Thought About It’ And the next prime minister of Great Britain will be… Hugh Grant! Okay, maybe not. However, Grant says he has entertained the idea of running for office. “I have thought about it a bit to be ...

National Coming Out Day: Top 10 Lgbt Movies of All Time

National Coming Out Day: Top 10 Lgbt Movies of All Time In honour of National Coming Out Day on October 11, we’ve been thinking about a lot of our favourite Lgbt movies. From the modern-day rom-coms like “Love, Simon” all the way back to hard-hitting ...

Hugh Grant movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘About a Boy,’ ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral,’ ‘Paddington 2’

Hugh Grant movies: 15 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘About a Boy,’ ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral,’ ‘Paddington 2’ Middle age rather suits Hugh Grant, who turns 58 on September 9. The Oxford grad has outgrown most of his romantic comedy ticks from his early years – flopsy-mopsy hair, fluttery eyelashes and ...

"Something Must Break": A Superlative Queer Love Story

Cathy Brennan was a participant on this year's Film Critics Day workshop at the Cinema Rediscovered film festival in Bristol and Clevedon in the U.K., a celebration of the finest new digital ...

Review: "A Summer Story" (1988); Kino Lorber Blu-ray Release

By Todd Garbarini Normal 0 false false false En-us X-none X-none A Summer Story is the unassuming title of a classy and ultimately emotionally wrenching romantic drama of class differences set in ...

Screenwriter James Ivory Criticizes ‘Call Me by Your Name’s’ Lack of Frontal Nudity

Screenwriter James Ivory Criticizes ‘Call Me by Your Name’s’ Lack of Frontal Nudity James Ivory was not a fan of “Call Me by Your Name” director Luca Guadagnino’s choice to not show full-frontal male nudity in the film. Ivory, whose screenplay for the movie won an Oscar, said in an ...

‘Call Me by Your Name’ Screenwriter James Ivory Loves the Story Too Much to Think About Sequels

‘Call Me by Your Name’ Screenwriter James Ivory Loves the Story Too Much to Think About Sequels Veteran filmmaker James Ivory is happy to let “Call Me by Your Name” rest now. Nearly a decade in the making – much of that time spent with Ivory attached to the film in various positions, from ...

‘Shakespeare Wallah’ Restoration: Merchant Ivory Classic Gets Bollywood-Infused New Poster

‘Shakespeare Wallah’ Restoration: Merchant Ivory Classic Gets Bollywood-Infused New Poster The latest Merchant Ivory film to get the full restoration treatment from Charles S. Cohen and his Cohen Media Group is the sumptuous 1965 drama “Shakespeare Wallah,” combining the legendary ...

Call Me By Your Name review – gorgeous gay love story seduces and overwhelms

Set during an endless Italian summer, this ravishing drama starring Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet is imbued with a sophisticated sensuality The debt to pleasure is deferred in exquisite style ...

The 1965 Shashi Kapoor starrer Shakespeare Wallah is getting a 4K Restoration Rerelease this November

Starring Shashi Kapoor, Madhur Jaffrey, and Felicity Kendal, with original music by Satyajit Ray, Merchant Ivory’s 1965 Shakespeare Wallah will be rereleased in an incredible 4K restoration in New ...

Middleburg Festival 2017: James Ivory, Dee Rees, Greta Gerwig and More...

by Nathaniel R Awards season is really heating up now that release dates (or lack thereof) are firming up, and various pre-Oscar honors are being announced. Last year, you may recall, The Film ...

Oscar-hopeful Call Me By Your Name gets its first trailer

Author: Scott Davis With the summer season coming to a close in the next few weeks all eyes in the film world will soon refocus and set its gaze on award season, with the season of film festivals ...

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It occurs to me that though we did mark the year's halfway point, we did not do a "wrap" post for May or June and here we are in mid July. So let's stop to catch our breath before steaming ahead into ...

Q&A: Best 'Best Actress' Decade? Gay for Play as Actorly Rite of Passage?

Four more reader questions to kick off the weekend. Wheeee. As ever, I'd love to hear your answers to these questions thrown my way. Matt St Clair: Is there an unseen awards contender this year that ...

The Moustaches of 'Maurice'

by Murtada Do you not think that Maurice’s moustache would be the making of him? No. It’s revolting. This exchange about an hour into Merchant-Ivory’s 1987 classic gem Maurice, made me laugh so ...

‘Long Strange Trip’ Gets Box Office Boost from Deadheads

‘Long Strange Trip’ Gets Box Office Boost from Deadheads This Memorial Day weekend at the specialty box office is dominated by niche releases without much crossover theatrical appeal, often available for home viewing. The strongest performer: Sundance entry ...

‘Wakefield’ and ‘Abacus’ Lead Openers, But ‘Paris Can Wait’ Rules

‘Wakefield’ and ‘Abacus’ Lead Openers, But ‘Paris Can Wait’ Rules This weekend, the entire specialized industry is huddled in Cannes in search of the next big things. On the home front, just three noteworthy films opened, each on a single Manhattan screen. Two of ...

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