In today’s guest post, Constance Metzinger shares her thoughts on the 1957 drama Spring Reunion: Maggie Brewster (Betty Hutton) has been looking forward to the fifteenth reunion of her high school class for weeks. It is the day of the…Read more →
Check Out the Suspense and Intrigue of Our Fall Film Noir Sale
It doesn’t have to be a dark and stormy night to enjoy a film noir classic (but it sure helps). Maybe its how the air is getting chilly and the days are getting shorter, but there’s something about watching suspense…Read more →
Grab These Golden Age Favorites from the 1930s-’50s!
When people talk about the Golden Age of Hollywood, they are most often referring to the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s. These decades gave audiences films that changed the world, and stars — including Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe, and James Dean…Read more →
“The Best Years of Our Lives” Is A Film to Cherish
In honor of Memorial Day, we are reprinting this post from last year that looks back at a powerful film that examines the struggles and sacrifice of our veterans, The Best Years of Our Lives. Seven Oscars, including Best Picture…Read more →
The Warner Archive Collection Rescues Classic Films from Obscurity
The Warner Archive Collection presents rare and beloved films from throughout the history of cinema. (Often rescuing films from obscurity and introducing them to new audiences). Recently, Warner Archives has released a variety of titles on DVD for the first…Read more →
How Many of These Recent DVDs and Blu-rays Have You Seen?
Whoosh! The minutes, hours, and days fly by so quickly in our fast-paced society that free time is as at premium. If you are a regular MovieFanFare reader, it’s probably a safe assumption that you enjoy watching films during your…Read more →