For Your Consideration rounds-up and reviews new films that may hold Oscar contention. Best of Enemies, a new documentary, opens today nationwide.
In 1964, those four famous lads from Liverpool, The Beatles, made their feature film debut with the classic masterpiece A Hard Day’s Night, directed by Richard Lester. The not-so-fictional-yet-fictional account of the day in the […]
Few would suspect that Fritz Lang, the European émigré who made a name for himself with sweeping epics and cynical, nihilistic thrillers, would have a soft spot for Westerns, that most American of genres. But […]
Today, July 27th, marks the official seventy-fifth birthday of one of the most iconic cartoon characters of all time, the inimitable Bugs Bunny. To celebrate, the Retro Set looks back at a trio of classic Bugs […]
We love Warner Archive Instant and so should you! This week our Must Watch Warner Archive pick delivers a helluva punch from Edward G. Robinson in the underrated crime drama Bullets or Ballots (1936). Don’t have […]
Today marks the 90th anniversary of the final day of the infamous Scopes Monkey Trial, held in the small town of Dayton, Tennessee. The events surrounding the trial not only made headlines throughout the world, […]
B Roll is a weekly column that digs into the deeper cuts and lesser-known films from legendary directors–the good, the bad, and the awesome. This week, writer Nathanael Hood tackles Otto Preminger’s confused and cartoonish Margin For Error. At first […]
Pat O’Brien is one of those easy to identify, ubiquitous Hollywood actors who could be counted on to turn up as a reporter, priest or cop. He always delivered solid and believable performances from his […]