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The star-system was pronounced dead by almost everyone, but as of the moment of writing everyone is talking about Liza Minnelli in Cabaret and she made the covers of Time and Newsweek simultaneously. Contrast the …

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March 14, 2010 – 3:23 pm | No Comment

NOSFERATU, A SYMPHONY OF TERROR 1922; Prana (Germany) (B&W); Director: F.W. Murnau; Screenwriter: Henrik Galeen, based on the novel by Bram Stoker; Camera: Fritz Arno Wagner & Gunther Krampf.
This silent masterpiece of the horror film …

March 14, 2010 – 3:18 pm | No Comment

During the late sixties and early seventies, the urbane Jonathan Frid, as Barnabas Collins, kept vampires in the fore on the weekday-afternoon
series Dark Shadows. Gradually, outer  space overtook the undead as the
favored stuff of viewers, …

March 14, 2010 – 3:12 pm | No Comment

Relatively few of life’s transitory joys can equal the exhilaration of witnessing firsthand the maturation and growing expertise of a great
artist refining his skills. Like Picasso in the winter of his lifetime or Sir Alfred Hitchcock …

Interview with Bruce Davison
March 14, 2010 – 3:07 pm | No Comment

Interview: Bruce Davison
Motion picture, television, and Broadway actor Bruce Davison was born in Philadelphia in 1948. He began his theatrical experience at Pennsylvania State University and later attended the School of the Arts of New York …

STAR TREK, The Motion Behind the Picture
March 12, 2010 – 12:54 pm | No Comment

STAR TREK, The Motion Behind the Picture
Star Trek, The Television Program, premiered over the NBC television network on Thursday evening, September 8, 1966, and, arguably, went on through countless reruns to become the most popular …

March 10, 2010 – 2:11 pm | No Comment

By K. R. Danzay
Every so often at we like to look back at a certain point in an artists career and capture what they were thinking.  While a generation of fans recognizes …

The Art of the Steal
March 8, 2010 – 2:35 pm | No Comment
The Art of the Steal

by Richard von Busack
ON THE SUBJECT of the political fix and a priceless collection of art, The Art of the Steal is the post–Errol Morris documentary at its technical best and ideological worst. The film …

Alice in Wonderland
March 5, 2010 – 10:21 am | One Comment
Alice in Wonderland

by Richard von Busack
LAST YEAR’S Coraline by Henry Selick, with its locked tiny chambers and prowling sardonic cat, still feels like magic. Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland is more of a fashion show, which may …

The Ghost Writer
March 2, 2010 – 5:10 pm | No Comment
The Ghost Writer

by Richard von Busack
THE SETTING of Roman Polanski’s freezer-burned comedy/thriller The Ghost Writer is a brutal concrete bunker. Here, several people are trapped under constant surveillance beneath cold and stormy skies. The bunker is beachfront …

Red Riding
March 1, 2010 – 5:51 pm | No Comment
Red Riding

By Richard von Busack
WILDLY AMBITIOUS and thoroughly brutal—I mean, Saw-level brutal—the Red Riding trilogy gets in there and hits spots that Shutter Island could only acknowledge by homage. The three films—Red Riding: 1974, Red Riding: …

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