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Franchot Tone: From Pre-Code Romance to Film Noir


Mysterious, suave and mentally keen, Franchot Tone managed to create conflicted heroes and charming villains empathizing with their inevitable flaws, unafraid of the benighted human condition. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Driving Miss Daisy and More from Warner Brothers

Driving Miss Daisy, Mrs. Miniver, and Grand Hotel all get the Blu-ray treatment, the most recent film, the best. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? [50th Anniversary Digibook Edition]

Bette Davis' fearless performance as Baby Jane Hudson makes this psychological thriller worth seeing. Read More »

DVD Review: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 50th Anniversary Edition

Bonus packed 50th anniversary set of the cult, camp classic film. Read More »

DVD Review: The Lucy Show: The Official Sixth and Final Season

The sixth season of The Lucy Show has been remastered and is now available on DVD. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Bitchslap! by Darrin Hagen at the Macha Theatre

A hilarious play about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford shooting Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Bitchslap!

The legendary feud between two of the biggest stars of Hollywood's Golden Age is hilariously recreated by an on-point cast. Read More »

Television Review: Mildred Pierce (2011)

Kate Winslet banishes any comparisons to the Joan Crawford noir classic in 2011's remake of film classic Mildred Pierce Read More »

DVD Review: The William Castle Film Collection

One of the best cult cinema on DVD releases of the year. Get it. Read More »