A murder mystery set aboard a train cruising through snow-covered mountains? Add Charles Bronson and an Old West setting and you’ve got Breakheart Pass. As discussed previously at this blog, I’m a big fan of mixed genres and, in particular,…Read more →
“Welcome to Marwen,” Classics from the Warner Archives Collection, and More New Releases!
It’s new release time again, and the traditionally sleepy month of April when it comes to new releases is anything but due to an influx of fantastic titles. Classics from the Warner Archives mingle with recent releases, forgotten-but-great horror flicks,…Read more →
The Five Best Charles Bronson Performances
During the early 1970s, Charles Bronson was the biggest star in the world — well, pretty much everywhere except the U.S. However, he quickly attracted the attention of American studios and became a box office attraction stateside with films like…Read more →
The 1970s Favorites “Brannigan!” and “From Noon Till Three” Are Now Available
Earlier this week we told you about all the recent theatrical hits that have been released on home video this week, but you might not have realized that a pair of vintage gems have just hit DVD as well: The…Read more →