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It's a shame that these days, people seem more familiar with 1981's Scanners as a gif than as a feature film. The reputation as "that movie where the guy's head blows up" has been attached to it for so long, it's easy...

While making my way through 1970's Scrooge, I pondered what's made Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol so durable in the public consciousness. This tale has been parodied and paid homage so many times; one needn't have even read...

The Sea Chase, is an odd sort of film. It stars John Wayne and Lana Turner, and while part of the plot does involve a romantic encounter between them, the plot and settings are most unusual for a John Wayne film. That said, as an action hero, a rou...

Seven Men From Now (1956) is a well-made Western from the pen of Burt Kennedy (The Train Robbers, The War Wagon) directed by Budd Boetticher (The Cimarron Kid) and staring Randolph Scott, ably supported by Gail Russell and Lee Marvin. Don't be ...

1965's She may be the most epic Hammer picture I've seen yet. Deservedly renowned as the production house is for their boundary-pushing horror flicks, a lot of them looked very set-bound. Even with Horror of Dracula, one got the impression ...

    1949’s She Wore a Yellow Ribbon is the second chapter of what’s often referred to as director John Ford's “Cavalry Trilogy.” Also comprised of Fort Apache and Rio Grande, this unofficial saga chronicled sta...

Mention James Stewart or Shenandoah and one automatically thinks of the other. The 1965 movie about a family that gets dragged into the Civil War kicking and screaming is not only a heartfelt drama, but another fine portrayal of Stewart's. ...

For almost a century, 1916's Sherlock Holmes was the biggest piece missing from the glorious puzzle that is the literary detective's film career. On top of featuring one of the first appearances of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's immensely ...

Real life married couple Cornel Wilde and Patricia Knight starred together in Shockproof (1949). Co-written by Samuel Fuller and Helen Deutsch, the film is directed by Douglas Sirk. Wilde plays a parole officer who is in charge of a recent parolee ...

Celebrating its 50th anniversary Sleeping Beauty; the Platinum Edition is available for a limited time from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment and marks the first-ever Disney Classic Animated feature in high definition. Debuting on 2-Disc Blu-r...

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