TCM’s latest collaboration with Running Press drops in book stores this week in the form of Hollywood Victory: The Movies, Stars, and Stories of World War II by Christian Blauvelt.
Luckily for fellow fans of the source material, Villeneuve shares in the passion for the book that shaped his teenage years, and he delivers a faithful, visually stunning adaptation of Dune.
Arrow Video’s upcoming release of Ridley Scott’s Legend is the finest way to watch, collect, and enjoy the classic and influential fantasy film.
At this point, enough has been written about this 1984 love-it-or-hate-it David Lynch masterpiece based on the Frank Herbert classic novel. If you love it, you need this set!
This new edition of Dark City is a brilliant example of how to make what was already a sacred text even more special for film lovers.
If you grew up in the 1980s, the silver and gunmetal blue Cannon logo was one that you saw on the screen quiet often. You probably saw it even more frequently if the movies that you paid to see were about break dancing, ninjas, or vigilantes. Cannon became the studio synonymous with B-movies (like AIP before them) in the “Me Decade” that were made on shoe-string budgets that pleased the hungry action and exploitation fans of the era.