Fredric March

Victorian Thrillers of the 1930s and 1940s

Victorian London, steeped in a dark and romantic aura, has always been the ideal setting for murders and mysteries in films of the 1930s and 40s. Lurking beneath the white facade of stately manors inhabited by fashionable ladies and gentlemen…

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This Week’s Great New Releases Include “Hellboy” and “Missing Link”

It’s hot as, well, you know, out there right now. So it’s fitting that this week’s new releases kick off with the Hellboy reboot. But after you check that one out, you can cool off by watching everything from Warner…

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“The Pajama Game,” “A Madea Family Funeral,” and More of This Week’s New Releases

From Warner Archive Collection releases of iconic favorites to romantic telefilms, there’s a little bit of everything available in this week’s Blu-ray and DVD new releases. Plan your upcoming free time accordingly, as you are going to want to check…

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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…

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“It,” Stanley Kramer Classics and More New Releases

This week’s new releases include everything from a killer clown to Stanley Kramer classics. We think that you’ll love this rundown of DVD and Blu-ray new releases! Which of these will you want to check out? Let us know in…

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The Five Best Movies About Big Business

For today’s guest post, Classic Film and TV Cafe’s Rick Armstrong presents his picks for the best business flicks: 1. Patterns (1956). What would you do if you worked for the world’s worst boss? If you answered “quit, of course,”…

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