A.C. Miller All throughout John Cassavetes’ Gloria, there’s a palpable tension between the man behind the lens and the woman in front of it. Gloria Swenson, played by Cassavetes’ wife, Gena Rowlands, has an on […]
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 […]