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    Twilight Zone: The 5th Dimension - Complete Series Limited Edition Box Set - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 11, 2014

    The 41-DVD set contains over 20 hours of bonus features including a brand-new documentary with never-before-seen interviews
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    Death Wish: 40th Anniversary [Blu-ray]

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Feb 4, 2014

    The 40th anniversary of a controversial film that is frank and original in its treatment of urban crime and the average citizen's helplessness in dealing with it
  • CHARLES BRONSON (2PC) - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 8, 2009

    Includes:Lola (1969), MPAA Rating: PG Cold Sweat (1970), MPAA Rating: PG Someone Behind the Door (1971) Lola A couple tries to hold their relationship together despite the twenty-three year gap in their ages in this romantic comedy/drama. Scott Wardman (Charles Bronson) is an 39-year-old American author living in England who supports himself by writing pornographic novels. Scott meets Twinky (Susan George), an attractive young woman who tells him she's almost 20. Scott quickly falls for her beauty and charm, but he discovers her definition of "almost" is looser than that of most people -- it seems Twinky is only 16 years old. In a moment of romantic impulse, Scott and Twinky travel to Scotland and get married, but Twinky's parents are less than enthusiastic when they hear the news. Scott soon brings his new bride to New York City to meet his friends, and while they're not as upset, they have a hard time believing this is true love, especially after the differences in Scott and Twinky's ages become increasingly apparent. Lola (also released as Twinky) was an early film credit for director Richard Donner, who at the time was still best known for his work in television. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide Cold Sweat From Dr. No director Terence Young comes this action thriller starring Charles Bronson as Joe Moran, an ex-con whose old gang of drug dealers has just been released from prison. When it turns out the thugs have been holding a grudge against him, they kidnap Moran's wife, played by Liv Ullmann. In order to get her back and get his revenge, Moran is forced to take on the whole crew by himself. Written by Albert Simonin and Shimon Wincelberg, Cold Sweat was based on the novel Ride the Nightmare by Twilight Zone scribe Richard Matheson. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide Someone Behind the Door Larry (Anthony Perkins) is not someone it is wise to cross, as his wife Frances (Jill Ireland) discovers. In this English-language French melodrama/thriller, Larry uses his skills as a neurologist and brain surgeon in an attempt to manipulate a hapless amnesiac (Charles Bronson) into murdering his wife and her lover. The amnesiac was found on a beach along with the body of a dead woman, and he is already suspected of her murder--why not add another to the list? ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide
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    Bruce Willis eyed for 'Death Wish' remake as 'The Grey' director Joe Carnahan exits

    Type: Article | Date: Saturday, Feb 23, 2013

    Helmer's next film might be 'Narco Sub' at Fox
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    Watch: Jason Statham and Ben Foster talk 'The Mechanic'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Jan 26, 2011

    Ben Foster: "Bunjee jumping is not my bag"
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    Denzel Washington may mount up for 'Magnificent Seven' remake

    Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Jun 5, 2014

    'Training Day's' Antoine Fuqua in talks to direct script from 'True Detective' creator
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    Watch: Jason Statham teaches Ben Foster the ropes in 'The Mechanic' trailer

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Nov 17, 2010

    Hit-man flick is a remake of the 1972 Charles Bronson classic
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    Toronto's Midnight Madness announces Kevin Smith, 'The Guest,' and a return to '[REC]'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014

    It sounds like this is going to be one wild ride
  • House of Wax - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    This simplified (but lavish) remake of the 1933 melodrama The Mystery of the Wax Museum was the most financially successful 3-D production of the 1950s. In his first full-fledged "horror" role, Vincent Price plays Prof. Henry Jarrod, the owner of a wax museum, whose partner, Matthew Burke (Roy Roberts), intends to burn the place down for the insurance money. When Jarrod tries to prevent Burke from torching the museum, he himself is trapped in the conflagration. Years pass: though now confined to a wheelchair, Jarrod manages to open up a new museum in New York, boasting the most incredibly lifelike wax statues ever seen. At the same time, a masked prowler has been stalking the city, murdering people and then stealing their bodies from the mortuary. One of the victims is Jarrod's old nemesis Burke; another is Cathy Gray (Carolyn Jones), the roommate of art student Sue Allen (Phyllis Kirk). On a visit to the wax museum, Sue can't help but notice that the wax likeness of Joan of Arc is a dead ringer for her deceased friend Cathy -- while the courtly Jarrod declares joyously that Sue is the living image of Marie Antoinette. Guess where this is going to wind up? Frank Lovejoy and Paul Picerni co-star as the nominal heroes, while Charles Bronson -- still billed as Charles Buchinsky -- is a menacing presence as Jarrod's deaf-mute chief sculptor (appropriately named "Igor"). No opportunity to show off the 3-D process is wasted during House of Wax; the most memorable stereoscopic moments are provided by garrulous "paddle-ball man" Reggie Rymal. Ironically, Andre De Toth, the film's director, had only one good eye, and had to constantly ask his cast and crew if the various 3-D effects had come off properly. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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    Movie Power Rankings: Academy Awards tops 'Star Wars,' 'Hunger Games'

    Type: Article | Date: Sunday, Mar 3, 2013

    Where do 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' Spider-Man' and 'Death Wish' end up?
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