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Blu-ray Review: Peer Into Cinema's Great Missing Link With Criterion's THE MAGNIFICENT AMBERSONS

Has a movie ever had a more compelling opening twenty minutes than Orson Welles' The Magnificent Ambersons? The director's 1942 follow-up to the "best film of all time" Citizen Kane (and, perhaps therefore, the ur-text of the supposed "sophomore curse"...

Friday One Sheet: SHAZAM! (And the Deadpool Effect)

It has been a slow month for movie posters. And I rarely highlight superhero stuff, because I am no expert at the nuance/history of the characters and they are ubiquitious, and generally they are lazy. And yet, here we are...

AVENGERS ENDGAME Trailer: Part of The Journey is The End

It is what you have been waiting for all week, the trailer for the next Avengers film.  We will just stop talking now. Standing over here.  Out of your way.  Enjoy. ...

NIGHT GALLERY: SyFy Adds More Anthology TV With Revival of Another Rod Sterling Show

As the anthology format has gained a foothold once again in the television and streaming markets every studio is looking for ways to dip their toes into that pool. With some anthology series experience under their belt Deadline is reporting...

Interview: Ron Perlman on ASHER, Evoking 70s American Cinema, HELLBOY Reboot

Ron Perlman says: "Acting is like a drug, like shooting heroin and getting this incredible sensation”. In recent years, however, the star of such magnificent films as Cronos, The City of Lost Children and, certainly, Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy diptych,...

Adult Swim And Crunchy Roll Are Making a BLADE RUNNER Animated Series

It was announced earlier today that Alcon Television and Crunchy Roll are developing an animated Blade Runner series to air on Adult Swim. The series will be called Blade Runner Black Lotus.   Adult Swim has worldwide distribution rights to...

It is Netflix's Turn to Make Anime COWBOY BEBOP Into Live Action Series

Love it or leave it, here is the news. Last night it was announced that Netflix is taking a stab at turning one of the most famous and most beloved of all anime series, Cowboy Bebop, into a series. As...

Untold Horror Presents Joe Dante's THE HOLE in 3-D in L.A. This Friday

Here is a great opportunity to see a couple of genre icons share the stage in the legendary TCL Chinese Theatre.    Our friends at Untold Horror, the multi-media brand whose purpose is to share with genre fans stories about...

Interview: Zoe Kazan Talks THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS

In the Coen brothers’ The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Zoe Kazan plays Ms. Alice Longabaugh, the title character of ‘Chapter V. The Gal Who Got Rattled’. Alice is the vulnerable young sister of Gilbert, a business failure whose latest hair-brained...

Blu-ray Review: URBAN LEGEND and URBAN LEGEND FINAL CUT

Scream Factory's has just released Urban Legend and Urban Legends: Final Cut, the first two films in the francicse. They're both out now, and both given nice releases with plenty of extras. Both films look good, but you may drive yourself a bit...

Notes on Streaming: Good News, No News and Things That Make Me Wonder

Good news for Criterion, no news for FilmStruck, and studios producing films directly for streaming services makes me wonder.

Giveaway: Win a Copy of STAR TREK: THE ART OF JOHN EAVES

Over the past few decades, John Eaves has had a major impact on the look of the Star Trek Universe and played a pivotal role in shaping Gene Roddenberry's vision. Starting with his work on Star Trek V: The Final...

Now on Blu-ray: Brad Bird Does It Again In INCREDIBLES 2

The Parr Family is back in action in Incredibles 2, the long awaited sequel to Brad Bird's fan favorite Pixar film from 2004. This next chapter in the saga of Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, and their super children picks up right...

Review: RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET, Cute Corporate Propaganda

Cute, colorful and cloying corporate propaganda, Ralph Breaks the Internet is occasionally amusing and insightful, but, more often, it's simply noxious, lacking any imaginative reach. Really, it's baffling, because Wreck-It Ralph swam in nostalgia for what it portrayed as the...

Have Your Say: Martin Scorsese

Last Saturday marked Martin Scorsese's 76th birthday, and if that wasn't enough to bring him to my attention (birthdays often aren't), Eureka's new Blu-ray of The Last Waltz arrived in the mail that afternoon. As coincidences go it's a good...

THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS Interview: Tim Blake Nelson

In the days after I first saw the highly anticipated, long time coming anthology Western from the brothers Coen at The New York Film Festival, the most common thing I’d overhear when eavesdropping on the many Scruggs conversations ensuing around...

Pretty Packaging: THE BIG LEBOWSKI Limited Edition Gift Set Really Ties The Room Together

On the occasion of it's 20th anniversary, Universal Pictures have released The Coen Brothers' classic The Big Lebowski on 4K UHD for the first time. The disc made it to stores last month, but a bit of traveling on my...

Review: THE BALLAD OF BUSTER SCRUGGS, The Coens Struggle on Netflix

Netflix's seemingly low-key ongoing rebrand tripped over frustratingly familiar stumbling blocks with The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. Originially conceived of as a series -- and only quite recently announced as a converted feature -- The Ballad of Buster Scruggs definitely bares...

Los Cabos 2018 Dispatch: BORDER and THE SISTERS BROTHERS, Two Of The Festival's World Highlights

At the core of Let the Right One In, one of the most memorable vampire films of the past decade, was Oskar (Kåre Hedebrant), a lonely, misfit, and bullied young boy with little attention from his divorced parents. He found...

THE FRONT RUNNER Interview: J.K. Simmons, Sara Paxton, and Director Jason Reitman Get Political

During the 1988 US Presidential campaign, one candidate seemed poised to win it all.  Possessed of all the credentials and bona fides any American would be proud of, Senator Gary Hart seemed like a dream candidate, poised to sail into...