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Hard Times (1975) on blu ray from Eureka!

“He sure was something.”

Is Hard Times the best feature film of the 1970’s to have starred Charles Bronson? I guess that depends on one’s point of view. 1,075 more words


Dogs (1976)

Sporting a very shaggy dog look himself or a bad imitation of Moe Howard, in need of a haircut and shave, leading man David McCallum is pitted against man’s best friends in this thriller that came to theaters as one of the many knock offs hoping to cash inĀ on the astounding world wide success of Jaws. 916 more words

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Wild Rovers with William Holden

The second round of the Golden Boy Blogathon has arrived. This year I decided to tackle Wild Rovers. Another one my parents had on Super 8 but I honestly couldn’t remember it (I know I’ve watched it though). 374 more words


Cape Fear (1991)

Dir. Martin Scorsese. Starring Robert De Niro, Nick Nolte, Juliette Lewis

Among its top ten grossing films in the colorfully named genre “Thriller – Psycho/Stalker/Blank from Hell,” Box Office Mojo places seven of them between 1987 and 1994. 1,321 more words



Released 2012 Rating (UK) 12A Source of story An original screenplay Writer/s Script Jeff Nicholls Director Jeff Nicholls Starring 173 more words
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Blu-Ray News #118: Junior Bonner (1972).

Directed by Sam Peckinpah
Starring Steve McQueen, Robert Preston, Ida Lupino, Joe Don Baker, Barbara Leigh, Ben Johnson, Dub Taylor

Sam Peckinpah’s Junior Bonner (1972) is a wonderful movie, plain and simple. 68 more words

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February 12: Happy Birthday Josh Brolin and Darren Aronofsky

Our two headliners today have never worked together but I was still able to find a picture of them together (with Marion Cotillard in between). 1,481 more words

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