Sony’s Choice Collection, their manufactured-on-demand DVD service for old Columbia Pictures library and cult titles, is still pumping out the discs, including one just right for these warm summer nights: Drive-In, the 1976 Columbia Pictures sleeper hit featuring a largely unfamiliar cast of fresh faces. Advertisements
Violent, pulpy gangster cartoon featuring our favorite Cro-Magnon-American actor, Charles Bronson.
Iconic action movie titans Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnine battle it out over the Oregon rails in the violent, exhilarating Emperor of the North. Just don’t go lookin’ for meaning, kid.
On April 3rd, 2018, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will award a “Walk of Fame” star to the real Wonder Woman—the only Wonder Woman—Lynda Carter. Now granted, she had to pony up $30K and change to make this go down, but I cry, “It’s about time, dammit!” as Carter finally joins the ranks of other… Read More ‘Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw’ (1975): Lynda Carter – wonderful before Wonder Woman!
Remember Rhoda, Mary’s best friend and upstairs neighbor on The Mary Tyler Moore Show? Did you know that she, along with her costars, took a suspenseful detour into thriller-movie territory, to spice things up?
When I watch Benji, I feel love.
Available through Warner Brothers’ Archive Collection (a real rarity, considering how few MTVs from this era have made it onto disc), ABC’s 1973 telemovie, Dying Room Only, directed by Philip Leacock, written by the master, Richard Matheson, and starring Cloris Leachman, Ned Beatty, Ross Martin, and Dabney Coleman, is a model of efficient, effective suspense.… Read More ‘Dying Room Only’ (1973): Vacation ends badly in solid suspenser