Classics Update

Some classic films our members are reviewing this week:

Sean Axmaker reviews Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics II, The Film Noir Classic Collection: Volume 5, The Only Son, and There Was a Father at Parallax View and Chicago, Close-Up, My Name is Julia Ross, and The Sun at TCM

Steve Biodrowski offers a retrospective on the horror, fantasy, and science fiction films of the 1960s at Cinefantastique

Sarah Boslaugh reviews High Anxiety, History of the World Part I, and Robin Hood: Men in Tights at PopMatters

Mark Dujsik reviews American Me at The Parallax Review

Glenn Erickson reviews Crack in the World, Jason and the Argonauts, New York Confidential, and Night Train to Munich at DVD Savant

Marilyn Ferdinand reviews Dance with Me and I Live in Fear at Ferdy on Films

Rob Gonsalves reviews Double Indemnity and Electra Glide in Blue at eFilmCritic

Michael E. Grost reviews Gentleman Jim, The Long, Long Trailer, Moonfleet, and Vagabond at mikegrost.com

A.J. Hakari reviews Cross of Iron at Classic Movie Guide

Phil Hall reviews Pharaoh’s Army at FilmSnobbery.com and The Space Voyage at Film Threat

Donald J. Levit reviews Orlando at ReelTalk Reviews

Adam Lippe reviews Fearless Frank at A Regrettable Moment of Sincerity

John J. Puccio reviews Dr. Giggles, Insomnia, New York Confidential, and No Orchids for Miss Blandish at DVDTOWN

Dennis Schwartz reviews Altered States, Brainstorm, and Suspicion at Ozus’ World Movie Reviews

Cole Smithey reviews La Dolce Vita at ColeSmithey.com

Bill Weber reviews Steamboat Bill, Jr. at Slant

James Wegg reviews The Battle of Chile at JWR

International Update

Some films our members outside the U.S. are reviewing this week:

Anton Bitel reviews The Apple, Cargo, and Samurai Zombie for Little White Lies and Lymelife and Skeletons for Film4

Rich Cline reviews Heartbreaker, Skeletons, Villa Amalia, and White Material at Shadows on the Wall

Grab Bag Update

Some other items of interest from our members this week:

Movie Mom Nell Minow interviews The Love Ranch director Taylor Hackford at Beliefnet

MovieCrypt.com’s Kevin A. Ranson joins his pal Grim D. Reaper in offering this public service announcement.

TV Update

Some TV shows our members are reviewing this week:

Mike Grost reviews Maverick: The Goose-Drownder at mikegrost.com

Roderick Heath reviews The Prisoner at Ferdy on Films

Outside the Mainstream Update

Some “outside the mainstream” films our members are reviewing this week:

Donald J. Levit reviews Zero Focus (Zero no shoten) and Yatterman at ReelTalk Reviews

Nathan Shumate reviews Demonic Toys 2 at Cold Fusion Video Reviews

Festivals Update

Some film festivals our members are discussing this week:

Reporting from the LA Film Festival, Mark H. Harris reviews The Last Exorcism at About.com

From the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Amber Wilkinson reviews The Secret In Their Eyes and The Extra Man at Eye for Film

Classics Update

Some classic films our members are reviewing this week:

Sean Axmaker reviews New York Confidential, Night Train to Munich, and The Warlords at seanax.com

Mark Dujsik reviews Capricorn One at The Parallax Review

Marilyn Ferdinand reviews Last Holiday and That Obscure Object of Desire at Ferdy on Films

Tyler Foster reviews Grosse Pointe Blank at The Following Preview

Michael E. Grost Home from the Hill, Saskatchewan, and Secret Beyond the Door at mikegrost.com

A.J. Hakari reviews Supergirl at Classic Movie Guide

Phil Hall reviews For Pete’s Sake at FilmSnobbery.com and Blank Generation and Windjammer at Film Threat

Gabe Leibowitz reviews The Bitter Tea of General Yen, The Crowd, and One Week at Film & Felt

Dan Lybarger reviews House at KCactive

Michael W. Phillips Jr. reviews Dances with Wolves and The Lost Weekend at Nick’s Flick Picks

John J. Puccio reviews Kelly’s Heroes, The Last Boy Scout, Last Man Standing, Practical Magic, Where Eagles Dare, and The Witches of Eastwick at DVDTOWN

Dennis Schwartz reviews General Della Rovere, The Rise of Louis XIV, and Year of the Horse at Ozus’ World Movie Reviews

Cole Smithey reviews Dogtown and Z-Boys at ColeSmithey.com

Matthew Sorrento reviews Mystery Train for Bright Lights Film Journal and I Confess and The Wrong Man for PopMatters

International Update

Some films our members outside the U.S. are reviewing this week:

Anton Bitel reviews Tetro at EyeforFilm, Shrek Forever After at Film4, and Resurrecting the Street Walker at Little White Lies

Roderick Heath reviews Nowhere Boy at Ferdy on Films

Grab Bag Update

Some other items of interest from our members this week:

Nell Minow interviews The Lottery director Madeleine Sackler and 8: The Mormon Proposition co-director Steven Greenstreet and activist David Melson at Beliefnet

Felix Vasquez, Jr., studies the Theology of Toy Story 3 and spotlights Cinema Crazed’s Favorite Movie Toys at Cinema Crazed

TV Update

Some TV shows our members are reviewing this week:

Sean Axmaker reviews The Closer: The Complete Fifth Season, How the Earth Changed History, Leave it to Beaver: The Complete Series, and Warehouse 13: Season One at seanax.com

David Cornelius reviews Doctor Who: The Lodger and Doctor Who: The Pandorica Opens at Popcornworld

Brian Holcomb reviews Entourage: Season Seven at Slant Magazine

John J. Puccio reviews The Thirteen Ghosts of Scooby-Doo!: The Complete Series at DVDTOWN

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