Oct 31, 2013
Album review: Preminger at Fox
It is amazing the effect that director Otto Preminger had on the composers who worked under Darryl Zanuck 's rule at 20th Century Fox in the 1940s.
The Henry Fonda Film Collection
Wouldn't it be wonderful if DVD and Blu-ray box sets could simply ignore copyright issues? Notorious and Strangers on a Train could have been included in that lavish Alfred Hitchcock box set.
Douglas Sirk's "Interlude," a Hidden Masterwork
It's one thing when a movie in first run or in a notable repertory series becomes a prominent subject of discussion.
DVD of the Week: "Crime of Passion"
Barbara Stanwyck, was forty-nine when she starred in "Crime of Passion" , Gerd Oswald's harsh film noir, from 1957, about an accomplished woman's conflicting desires.
The Huffington Post
Chris Kelly: War Movie Marathon
"Facing the truth is hard to do, especially the truth about ourselves. So Americans have been sorely pressed to come to terms with the fact that after 9/11 our government began to torture people, and did so in defiance of domestic and international law.