Two infamously extreme films blur the lines between audience and participant, creator and subject.
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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.
The first two days of TCM Film Fest brought Pre-Code rarities, noir both American and Argentine, forgotten Cary Grant, and heartwarming Americana.
Whether you want exploitation, rugged anti-heroes, expatriot German filmmakers, or just 50+ Movies to See Before You Die, TCM’s got you covered this month!
New Releases: Edge of Darkness (DVD & Blu-ray) The return of Mel Gibson. I’ve missed him more than I could possibly express. I even watched Paparazzi and The Singing Detective (The Singing Detective was...
This month TCM turns their attention to Frank Sinatra, Holiday Classics, and the varied relationships of “girlfriends,” as well as their usual smorgaboard of tributes and themed marathons.
Theaters may not have been a thing in 2020, but movies certainly still were. Here are some of the best that this troubled year had to offer.
Seafaring films, Joe E. Brown, Jean Harlow and nearly 50 Films to See Before You Die. It’s March on TCM!
When tradition met avant-garde, the past met the future, and sepia met Technicolor.
The Avengers are dominating the box office, joining this elite club that has redefined the word “blockbuster.”