This latest entry in the 11-year-old horror series duly adheres to tradition by providing inventively grisly demises for various characters.
Modest memoir-tribute film sensitively grasps the various aspects of the late author-activist.
A showbiz memoir masquerading as a sociological treatise, "Not So Quiet on the Set" makes much of Robert Relyea's alliance with Steve McQueen. Too much, in fact. Relyea's five-year partnership with…
Where have the manly movie stars gone? Casting the titular tough-guy New York hero of his upcoming adaptation of "The Spirit," Frank Miller had trouble finding the right actor.
An iconic film for the post-war generation raised on the psychologically driven, as opposed to simply heroic, Western, "The Magnificent Seven" is an ideal study in how the movies Hollywood exported…
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