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    James Bond Declassified: File #7 - 'Diamonds Are Forever' is Connery's last shot

    Type: Post | Date: Sunday, Jun 24, 2012

    Is Crispin Glover's dad one of Bond's freakiest enemies?
  • Prophecy - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 15, 2009

    This schlock horror classic from the 1970s is a product of the career ebb experienced by director John Frankenheimer. Robert Foxworth stars as Dr. Robert Verne, an inner-city physician renowned for his compassion and fairness. So he's asked by the EPA to mediate a dispute between Native American tribes and a polluting paper mill in isolated northern Maine. Accompanied by his pregnant wife Maggie (Talia Shire), a classical musician, Robert journeys to the deep woods, where he meets the tribal leader, John Hawks (Armand Assante) and a representative of the mill, Mr. Isley (Richard Dysart). It turns out that the mill is indeed poisoning the local water supply with mercury, causing illness among tribe members and some mutated local wildlife. The Native Americans and the paper mill point fingers at each other for a rash of recent disappearances in the area, but Robert believes that something more ominous is responsible when he observes a huge salmon eat a duck. He's proved right when he encounters an enormous, mutated grizzly bear with a taste for human flesh. Unfortunately for Robert and Maggie, he has taken one of the creature's cubs back to camp, leading an angry mother bear to his tent flap. ~ Karl Williams, All Movie Guide
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    Criminal Minds

    Type: Event | Date: Wednesday, Dec 14, 2011

    Charles S. Dutton is on tonight's episode.
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    James Bond Declassified: File #5 - 'You Only Live Twice' rewrites Fleming completely

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Jun 4, 2012

    For the first time, the producers threw out one of Fleming's books, but to what effect?
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    Jay Z and Will Smith's 'Annie' remake takes New York

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Sep 24, 2013

    Musical stars Jamie Foxx, Cameron Diaz and Quvenzhane Wallis
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    'Drift Away' singer Dobie Gray dies of cancer at age 71

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Dec 7, 2011

    Also wrote songs for artists including Ray Charles and Tammy Wynette
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    This mission is over: Peter Graves passes away at 83

    Type: Article | Date: Sunday, Mar 14, 2010

    "Airplane" star died of an apparent heart attack
  • 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
  • Wagon Train: The Complete First Season

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009

    Includes:Wagon Train: The Willy Moran Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Jean LeBec Story (1957) Wagon Train: The John Cameron Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Bill Tawnee Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Mark Hanford Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Cliff Grundy Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Julia Gage Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Riley Gratton Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Zeke Thomas Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Mary Halstead Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Charles Avery Story (1957) Wagon Train: The John Darro Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Emily Rossiter Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Ruth Owens Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Clara Beauchamp Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Nels Stack Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Les Rand Story (1957) Wagon Train: The Annie MacGregor Story (1958) Wagon Train: The Luke O'Malley Story (1958) Wagon Train: The Jesse Cowan Story (1958) Wagon Train: The Honorable Don Charlie Story (1958) Wagon Train: The Bernal Sierra Story (1958) Wagon Train: A Man Called Horse (1958) Wagon Train: The Marie Dupree Story (1958) Wagon Train: The Dora Gray Story (1958) Wagon Train: The Gabe Carswell Story (1958) Wagon Train: The Willy Moran Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Jean LeBec Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The John Cameron Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Bill Tawnee Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Mark Hanford Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Cliff Grundy Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Julia Gage Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Riley Gratton Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Zeke Thomas Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Mary Halstead Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Charles Avery Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The John Darro Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Emily Rossiter Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Ruth Owens Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Clara Beauchamp Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Nels Stack Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Les Rand Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Annie MacGregor Story It doesn't take long for conflict to arise after a proud Scottish captain and his clansmen board the wagon train. The captain's dogged insistence that he knows better than anyone else on the train creates quite a hassle for Major Adams. The Wagon Train: The Annie MacGregor Story features guest stars Richard Long and Jeannie Carson, as well as regulars Ward Bond, Michael Burns, Robert Fuller, Robert Horton, Frank McGrath, John McIntire, Denny Miller, and Terry Wilson. ~ Tracie Cooper, All Movie Guide Wagon Train: The Luke O'Malley Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Jesse Cowan Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Honorable Don Charlie Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Bernal Sierra Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: A Man Called Horse No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Marie Dupree Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Dora Gray Story No synopsis available. Wagon Train: The Gabe Carswell Story No synopsis available.
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    Best and Worst of the 2009 Toronto Film Festival

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Sep 18, 2009

    The Great, the Good and the Not-So Good
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