Kino has scheduled The Max Linder Collection with a May 27th street date.
Released under their long dormant Slapstick Symposium line, the single disc set will contain the new-to-DVD The Three Must-Get-Theres (1922) as well as the previously released Seven Years Bad Luck and Be My Wife (both... (Read More)
If Cinemascope was, as Fritz Lang so memorably put it in Contempt, only good for filming "snakes and funerals", then the unspoken axiom of Technicolor in the '30s and '40s was that it was mainly good for musicals and epics. A movie as grandly ambitious as Gone With the Wind and one as sweetly intimate as Meet Me In (read more)
Television at its best is a collaborative medium, with producers teaming up to develop concepts, screenwriters working together to turn those concepts into stories, and craftsmen behind the camera joining forces to turn the written word into living color (or black and white before the mid-sixties). This month, I'm counting down the best teams who appear (read more)