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The Bandit of Sherwood Forest (1946) is a scant 87 minutes, and mercifully probably one-quarter of that time is taken up with watching the various factions riding through the forest. Years have passed since Robin Hood retired. But now tyranny has r...

Even for its time, 1959's The Bat must have seemed awfully old hat. Barring the occasional success (a la House on Haunted Hill), chillers set in sprawling mansions had largely fallen out of fashion, with their prominence in the horror genr...

Battle of Britain (1969) is hailed as a crucial war film that concentrated on aerial battles during World War II. Amazingly, the movie was filmed in 1969, long after the war, but is hailed as one of the premiere films in capturing the realism of th...

When Scream Factory releases something that isn't a 1980s slasher flick, my ears perk up. It's not that I don't appreciate some of the decade's trademark skeeziness from time to time, but there are only so many sy...

You've seen the story a million times. Boy loves girl. Boy loses girl. Boy gets girl. Belle of the Yukon (1944), is a lightweight MGM musical which tells the trite tale with great music, gorgeous costumes and a lively cast.

Ben-Hur, one of the most ambitious epics ever filmed, earned an impressive 11 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director (William Wyler) and Best Actor (Charlton Heston). The film has been hailed for many aspects its grand size, incre...

If The Big Broadcast of 1938 doesn't epitomize Old Hollywood at its "kitchen sink"-iest, I don't know what does. You'd have to hit up Bollywood cinema to find another film that strives to give viewers surplus bang for t...

Just as one of its main characters announced his intent to bust out from behind bars, 1930's The Big House heralded the creation of an entire genre as we know it. Movies set within prison had existed before, but not only did this one help ...

The Big Trail (1930) was John Wayne's 19th film - although some of those films were uncreditied - and in it he landed his first leading-man role. The 70mm screen print is impressive, even with its flaws. One of the first talkies, the sound in R...

Los Angeles. A city with millions upon millions of citizens -- and just as many chances for crime to rear its ugly head. But when local resources aren't enough to curb the killers a...

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