It’s an action movie and a man is injured. It’s what happens next that’s really interesting.
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Join us as we head back to 1938, a prime year for screwball comedy, poetic realism, and Technicolor adventure!
Our Stephen King Book to Screen series returns with a look at Cat’s Eye!
In this Blogger Q&A, we mark the 4th of July with some words on our favorite movie rebellions.
Finishing off the TCM Festival with a couple more rarities and unique programs, but also some beloved favorites – Fred Astaire musicals and John Wayne westerns.
TCM in 2016! Read all about the many films January has in store…
Django is a classic Spaghetti Western from 1968 that was so successful that it spawned scads of unofficial sequels. Some of them are bad, and some of them are worse. All of them, however, are worth watching. Come check out my list of unofficial Django sequels!
I want to say right off that Britt Ekland‘s dance scene from The Wicker Man (the original!) is my favorite of all time. Even though, from what I’ve read, a Scottish woman acted as...
Is there any chance one of these films wil become your favorite movie of all-time? The American – watch the trailer ► Roger Ebert loved it, and it’s the leader 2/3 of the way...