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THE ‘CASABLANCA’ WE MAY…

Unlike some lesser-known movies from Hollywood’s golden age, Casablanca enjoys enduring appeal and continues to produce substantial revenue for the studio…

ALL HAIL ‘KING OF…

If you’re wondering why there are shouts of jubilation from film buffs and aficionados of pre-swing-era music it’s because…

CRITERION OFFERS MODERN CLASSICS

I tend to associate the Criterion Collection with exemplary releases of classics from Hollywood (like the recent Blu-ray of…

REDISCOVERING THE FIRST EPIC…

Before John Ford’s The Iron Horse, before William S. Hart’s Tumbleweeds or Raoul Walsh’s The Big Trail there was The Covered Wagon in 1923. It was…

MOVIES THE OSCARS OVERLOOKED

I hate the term “snub.” The idea that Oscar voters gather in a big tent and decide to ostracize…

CEASE FIRE! WAR IN…

Cease Fire! (1954) is a genuine curio for a number of reasons. It was made entirely in Korea, using real-life…

ORSON WELLES AND MAX…

If there’s anything better than revisiting a good movie, it’s learning new things about it. That’s why I appreciate…

THE OLD DARK HOUSE,…

The Criterion Collection remains the Gold Standard for the treatment of films old and new on Blu-ray…but lately, several…

THE SEA WOLF: LONGER…

I’ve always liked The Sea Wolf (1941), a Warner Bros. production that eschews formula clichés and offers a meaty, intelligent story.…

FROM LON CHANEY TO…

An uncommon number of rare and significant silent films have made their way to DVD and Blu-ray in recent…

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