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In 1978, one independent horror film sprung up from nowhere and left the nation paralyzed with fear. That movie was Halloween, and while its initial rollout was humble, it would quickly gather steam and impact an entire genre in the coming dec...

In Hangover Square George Harvey Bone (Laird Cregar) is a classical composer living in Hangover Square in London and suffering from periods of blackouts, disillusionments and dizziness. When Sir Henry Chapman (Alan Napier) invites George to finish ...

His Kind of Woman (1951) is a film in search of a genre. Is it noir? Swashbuckler? Romance? Comedy? Or what? Early on, the hero (Robert Mitchum) is beaten up in typical noir fashion, off camera with lots of thumps and some shadows. Then he meets a ...

Can a devil-may-care guy find happiness with a conventional, upper crust woman? That's the dilemma Cary Grant faces in Holiday (1938). With Grant and Katharine  Hepburn billed as the stars and the strong chemistry between them, the ending is pr...

John Ford (born Jack) was an impressive director who started his career off with a bang in 1917. He won several Academy awards including Best Director for The Informer in 1936; The Grapes of Wrath (1941); How Green Was My Valley (1942); and The Qui...

MGM Home Entertainment currently released another set of new titles now available on Blu-ray. Hotel Rwanda, the 2004 film that was the recipient of three Oscar nominations  -Don Cheadle, Best Actor; Sophie Okonedo, Best Supporting Actress; Best Scr...

The House of Bamboo takes place in Toyko and was shot on location. Because of that, scenes are very busy with background of daily life in Toyko, and the sets are Japanese style homes made of bamboo and always well lit from the sun protruding throug...

The way we hear people talk about 1953's House of Wax, it would seem nothing short of a horror milestone. After all, it was the runaway smash of the era's initial 3D craze, and it set star Vincent Price on the path to becoming the belo...

It seems as though every filmed version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame has something for everyone. Some consider Charles Laughton's 1939 performance to be the definitive portrayal of Victor Hugo's famously disfigured creation, millenni...

  

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