Review by A.C. Miller The Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) in the background. Bombs exploding as British journalist George Hogg, fights through enemy lines to photograph the brutality of war. Innocents lined up and shot down […]
Contributor A. C. Miller For his directorial debut, Paul Mazursky, comes out swinging. Literally. Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice isn’t a farce depicting Eisenhower era (1953-1961) couples plodding through rough relationships with affairs; […]
Join the fun over at The Retro Set’s Official Podcast: DWT: Drinking While Talking. This episode, while imbibing, we discuss our picks for the 10th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival, happening in the heart of […]
by A.C. Miller We would like to welcome our newest contributor to the fold, A.C. Miller, author of the Young Adult Dystopian novel, Nimbus. A.C. is a massive cinephile—especially films with Gene Tierney and Humphrey Bogart. When […]
Link TV, the national independent non-commercial satellite television network, is premiering a new weekly international film series this Thursday called CINEMONDO that brings cinema from around the world to foreign movie fans.
Contributor B.C. Wallin: Kilvinski’s law commands, “treat everybody the same.” The characters of 1972’s The New Centurions all deserve the same kind of treatment. They’re mired in a world of seediness and crime. The police […]
Guest Contributor – Lauren Humphries-Brooks In the opening credits of Stanley Kramer’s 1961 film Judgment at Nuremberg, now on Blu-ray from Kino-Lorber, the camera lingers on an image of the swastika atop the Deutsches Stadion, as the […]
From its opening citation—a line from David Bowie’s 1971 song “Changes,” about children being “quite aware of what they’re going through”—to its final, rebelliously jubilant freeze frame, The Breakfast Club makes no attempt to hide […]