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  • DVD Review: Early Frankenheimer feature shows his promise

    Along with Olive Films and Cohen Media Group, Kino Lorber has been issuing relatively low-demand classics on Blu-ray (and DVD) in high-quality video but often with few (if any) supplements: the 1943 German “Titanic,” Mario Bava's “Black Sunday,” Fritz Lang's complete-as-possible “Metropolis” and dozens of others. (And if they could be bothered to respond to journalists' emails, you'd know more about this.)
  • Remembering the great Marian Seldes!

    "IT HAS been women who have breathed gentleness and care into the harsh progress of mankind." -- Queen Elizabeth II TWO well-known amazing females died this week. One of them I knew very well. The other I never met, but I loved and admired her from afar....

    Tracy and Hepburn once made a romantic computer comedy

     Tracy and Hepburn once made a romantic computer comedy
    Even before the late Steve Jobs, who is the subject of the poorly received bio-pic “Jobs,” became an oracle of the personal computer revolution some 30 years ago, computers and their like were a mainstay in film and television. Though most...

    Cliff Robertson dies at 88; actor starred in films and on stage and TV

    Cliff Robertson dies at 88; actor starred in films and on stage and TV
    Cliff Robertson, who starred as John F. Kennedy in a 1963 World War II drama and later won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a mentally disabled bakery janitor in the movie "Charly," died Saturday, one day after his 88th birthday. Robertson, who also...

    Hurricanes Inspire National Theater Institute Students For New Work

    National Theater Institute’s (NTI) 31 students at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford will present "They Were Under," an original work based on first hand and journalistic accounts, weather forecasts, and documentaries from Hurricane...