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DVD Review: The John Wayne Film Collection

The John Wayne Film Collection brings together ten very different works from varied time periods. Read More »

Q&A with Cowboys & Aliens Scribes Mark Fergus and Roberto Orci

“We went with character, story, and ‘it’s really happening’ and stayed committed to that.” Read More »

DVD Review: John Wayne: Bigger Than Life

A well-priced triple DVD set containing rare appearances from The Duke. Read More »

DVD Review: Make Way for Tomorrow

The Criterion Collection's lovely repackaging of Leo McCarey's forgotten Great Depression drama. Read More »

DVD Review: Stagecoach (1939) – The Criterion Collection

A master filmmaker tells an unforgettable story. Read More »

DVD Review: Stagecoach (The Criterion Collection)

John Ford's enduring classic, given the deluxe treatment from Criterion. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore by John Ford, Adapted by Toy Box Theatre Company

Blood and gore, fops and scoundrels, and brother-sister incest - what more could you ask for in a 17th century drama? Read More »

DVD Review: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance – Centennial Collection

An excellent western that I appreciate more now that I’ve seen it though adult eyes. Read More »

DVD Review: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Paramount Centennial Collection)

When the legend becomes fact, print the legend. Read More »