The final film to be featured in the Oscar Noir screening series at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is the classic James Cagney gangster flick, White Heat.
Cagney stars as Cody Jarrett, a man with a monster of an Oedipus complex. He escapes from the slammer and begins another reign of mayhem [...]
Movies on DVD
A morning show producer (Katherine Heigl), who can’t find love, is dragged into a series of excessive romantic tests by her chauvinistic correspondent (Gerard Butler) in The Ugly Truth. Are there any movies this year without Gerard Butler?
Special Features: Select scenes and director commentary, deleted and extended scenes, alternate endings plus a gag [...]
On this day in 1968, PARAMOUNT PICTURES released BARBARELLA. Directed by French director ROGER VADIM, this erotic sci-fi adventure starred his then-wife JANE FONDA. It was all quite racy and in keeping with the time. The popular film also starred JOHN PHILLIP LAW, MILO O’SHEA, ANITA PALLENBERG and MARCEL MARCEAU
Don Rickles has been a staple in comedy throughout many decades and several presidential terms.
His career has survived stand-up, celebrity roasts and President Reagan’s inauguration – primarily because his good buddy, legendary performer Frank Sinatra wielded an iron fist to get him on the playbill.
Click onto media bar and video for Don Rickles recollections [...]
In celebration of this week-end’s 40th Anniversay of WOODSTOCK and the Summer of Love, we’re dipping in to the vaults for an interview we did several years ago with ARLO GUTHERIE. The WOODSTOCK participant gives us his thoughts on history’s biggest music festival. Listen in below:
The original WOODSTOCK - 3 DAYS OF PEACE AND MUSIC [...]
Hands down, the most controversial film at this year’s CANNES INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL was director LARS VON TRIER’S much anticipated ANTICHRIST. Reportedly met with jeers and walk-outs at it’s premier screening, the film was considered an outrage. At the press conference for the film at least one reporter was angry enough to call VON TRIER [...]
Back in February of 1999, we sat in on a round table interview with veteran actor RAY WALSTON to dicuss his participation in the big screen remake of his long-running TV series, MY FAVORITE MARTIAN. As is usually the case in these situations, the conversation drifted all over the place to encompass questions about his [...]
Back in 1994, we participated in a small group interview with the late JAMES WHITMORE for SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION. We were one of four reporters left with the actor in a large ballroom for almost an hour. WHITMORE told stories of his beginnings in show business, work in TV, his theatrical career and so much more.
In honor of COLIN FARRELL winning the GOLDEN GLOBE on Sunday we dug into out interview vault and pulled out one of our favorite COLIN FARRELL interviews from 2002 while he was promoting PHONE BOOTH.
COLIN was at his best talking about women, drinking and cursing on talk shows. This interview truly shows what he was [...]
We were struck by the news that JOHN TRAVOLTA’S son, JETT, died over the week-end. Not because we knew JETT but because we’ve been interviewing JOHN since before JETT was born and through his stories, we felt like we knew him. Whenever JOHN talked about his son, we could tell how close they were and [...]