It’s been a week since the 7th annual TCM Classic Film Festival ended, and we are finally able to recuperate from four days of movie-marathon-madness™. The TCM Classic Film Festival, or “TCMFF” for us regulars, is […]
The 2016 TCM Classic Film Festival (or TCMFF) kicked off last night with its official opening film All the President’s Men (1976), along with several other films such as Dark Victory, One Potato Two Potato, and Brief Encounter. […]
Shortly after the first James Bond film, Dr. No, took the world by storm in 1962 – everybody and their brother tried to create their own “Super-spy” franchise. As subsequent Bond films became more fantasy driven, […]
Get ready to get your classic film Comic-Con on! The film schedule for the 2015 TCM Classic Film Festival has finally been announced, and the lucky passholders who will be flocking to Hollywood, CA, from […]
The very first Fredric March performance I saw was actually during the “William Holden phase” of my classic film self-education. The film was the 1954 corporate boardroom drama Executive Suite. March has a supporting role as Loren […]
Alright, Jill. You can do this. DEEP BREATH. It’s Gregory Peck day on Turner Classic Movies and like any normal, well-adjusted individual, I’ve been digging through online image archives for sexy photos of the man. Don’t […]
John Sturges’ The Great Escape tells the true story of the daring prison break attempt at the German Stalag Luft III prisoner of war camp in March 1944.