When tradition met avant-garde, the past met the future, and sepia met Technicolor.
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For October, TCM is bringing more Trailblazing Women, Star of the Month Christopher Lee, and lots and lots and lots of horror – not to mention nearly 50 Movies to See Before You Die.
Here’s Part 2 of our February guide to TCM – February on TCM is always the 31 Days of Oscar, TCM’s way of celebrating the Academy Awards by airing a month’s worth of films that have all been nominated for Oscars.
Get your DVRs ready: here’s what TCM has in store for us in November – Southern Writers, Norma Shearer, and more than 20 Movies to See Before You Die
Get your DVRs ready: here’s what TCM has in store for us in October – Trailblazing Women Directors, classic chills for Halloween, David Niven, and nearly 40 Movies to See Before You Die
The Universal Monsters Movies are the perfect microcosm for exploring the roots of cinema, and for tracing its evolution. Carl Laemmle co-founded Universal in 1908, and twenty years later his son, Carl, Jr., modernized...
In 1923, one of Hollywood’s most famous landmarks was created. The HOLLYWOOD sign, which originally said HOLLYWOODLAND, was built for only $21,000 over the Hollywood Hills. The famous sign was originally created to help...