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Spaghetti Western legend Tomas Milian has passed away

The legendary Italian Western and Euro-cult film star Tomas Milian has passed away. Milian was born in Cuba but he moved to America to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. 247 more words


Navajo Joe and Chato's Land double bill screening, 16 March 2017

A double bill of revisionist Westerns that share a sympathetic focus on Native American protagonists is screening at the New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles on 16 March 2017. 68 more words


Ring of Fire (1961)

“I fell into a burning ring of fire.”

An appropriate line from the Johnny Cash song to go along with this thriller involving a trio of young criminals, law officer David Janssen and a raging forest fire threatening an Oregon town. 779 more words

Daily Take

Obrigado, Óscar

É já hoje a cerimónia que todo o cinéfilo convicto fica acordado para ver. A noite da Cerimónia dos Óscares, premeia os melhores do ano do Cinema, nas categorias interpretativas (e técnicas), mas aquele que sobe ao pódio para receber a estatueta dourada de nome Óscar é igualmente avaliado pelo discurso de aceitação. 816 more words


February 18: Happy Birthday Molly Ringwald and John Hughes

There were a lot of birthdays to choose from today, including three WTHH birthdays, but the pairing above was just too good to pass up. 1,313 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Cliche Sunday

Ok, so I lied last week. I never got around to putting out last week’s clichés. Besides the utter excitement of the Patriots remembering suddenly that they were in a… 581 more words

Cliche Sunday

Review - The Lonely Man

For the ‘L’ film of the Alphabet Challenge, we go to the 1957 black and white western The Lonely Man. Directed by Henry Levin, the film was written by the pairing of Harry Essex and Robert Smith. 182 more words

Film Review