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Blu-ray Review: ‘The Best of Bogart Collection’


A necessary edition to any classic film fan's library. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ava Gardner: The Secret Conversations,’ by Peter Evans and Ava Gardner

Frank Sinatra and Ava

Most of the fun in Ava Gardner: The Secret Conversations comes from the sense that the reader is hearing Gardner talk to Evans in her actual voice. Read More »

DVD Review: Battle Circus – Humphrey Bogart’s MASH

Bogie takes 90 minutes to accomplish what Alan Alda took eleven years to do. Read More »

Book Review: Film Noir: The Directors, Edited by Alain Silver and James Ursini

Film Noir: The Directors is a thorough and fascinating look at the work of some great directors and great films. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Casablanca – 70th Anniversary Limited Collector’s Edition

The 1942 classic receives outstanding treatment, with all the bells and whistles. Read More »

DVD Review: You Can’t Get Away with Murder

It doesn't get away with it, but it's a bit of a fun effort either way you look at it. Read More »

Casablanca: A Classic with Good Reason

A reflection on what makes Casablanca timeless. Here's looking at you, kid. Read More »

Book Review: Humphrey Bogart: The Making of A Legend by Darwin Porter

If you're looking to read a biography about Humphrey Bogart, this ain't the book. Read More »

DVD Review: The Two Mrs. Carrolls

A strangely inert thriller, saved by Bogart and Stanwyck in their only film together. Read More »

Book Review: Detectives Don’t Wear Seat Belts: True Adventures of a Female P.I. by Cici McNair

A fast-paced look at the life of a female detective. Read More »