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The Bridge at Remagen

What’s the best true-story WW2 combat film for pure-grit, no-nonsense tanks ‘n’ bombs ‘n’ crazy mayhem action on a giant scale? This non-stop battle epic gets my vote. George Segal and Ben Gazzara’s infantry dogs are suitably tough, cynical and desperate, especially when they’re repeatedly sent into danger. The history is fairly accurate — there was indeed a race to seize the last bridge across the River Rhine.

The Bridge at Remagen


Twilight Time

1969 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 117 min. / Street Date June 13, 2017 / Available from the Twilight Time Movies Store 29.95

Starring: George Segal, Robert Vaughn, Ben Gazzara, Bradford Dillman, E.G. Marshall, Peter Van Eyck, Hans Christian Blech, Bo Hopkins, Matt Clark, G&uunl;nter Meisner.

Cinematography: Stanley Cortez

Film Editors: William Cartwright, Harry Knapp, Marshall Neilan Jr.

Original Music: Elmer Bernstein

Written by Richard Yates, William Roberts, Roger Hirson

Produced by David L. Wolper

Directed by John Guillermin

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The ‘Convos With My 2 Year Old’ Guys Imagine Santa And Jesus As Roommates

Earlier in 2016, Matt Clarke and David Milchard -- the creators and stars of Convos With My 2 Year Old -- announced their plan to venture beyond the web series that made them Internet famous by releasing additional shows on a new channel, CocoMilkTV.

Now, Clarke and Milchard have shared two new shows, and other of them comes with plenty of holiday spirit. It’s called Santa & Jesus Roommates, and as its title implies, it imagines what would happen if two of Christianity’s most important figures co-habitated with one another.

In the first episode of Santa & Jesus, Santa (Michael P. Northey) gets grossed after Jesus (Clarke) brings home a leper and treats him on the couch. Jesus uses that criticism as an opportunity to reprimand his roommate regarding his personal cleanliness (or lack thereof).

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The Laughing Policeman

In the early '70s Walter Matthau excelled in three powerful cops 'n' robbers movies; the second sees him as a tough, laconic San Francisco detective charged with an impossible task -- running down a machine gun mass murderer, with no clues and no living witnesses. The Laughing Policeman Blu-ray Kl Studio Classics 1973 / Color / 1:85 enhanced widescreen / 112 min. / Street Date October 18, 2016 / available through Kl Studio Classics / 29.95 Starring Walter Matthau, Bruce Dern, Louis Gossett Jr., Albert Paulsen, Anthony Zerbe, Val Avery, Cathy Lee Crosby, Mario Gallo, Joanna Cassidy, Shirley Ballard, William Hansen, Paul Koslo, Louis Guss, Clifton James, Gregory Sierra, Warren Finnerty, Matt Clark, Joseph Bernard, Leigh French, Anthony Costello. Cinematography David M. Walsh Film Editor Bob Wyman Original Music Charles Fox Written by Thomas Rickman from the novel by Maj Sjowall, Per Wahloo Produced and Directed by Stuart Rosenberg

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

Viewers that like Walter Matthau in The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
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The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai at8d

The new branded line Shout Selects chooses Buckaroo for special-special edition treatment, with a long making-of docu just like the ones from the heyday of DVD. And this oddest of oddball sci-fi pictures has a backstory worth documenting. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension Blu-ray Shout Select 1984 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 102 min. / Street Date August 16, 2016 / 34.93 Starring: Peter Weller, John Lithgow, Ellen Barkin, Jeff Goldblum, Christopher Lloyd, Lewis Smith, Rosalind Cash, Robert Ito, Pepe Serna, Ronald Lacey, Matt Clark, Clancy Brown, Carl Lumbly, Vincent Schiavelli, Dan Hedaya, Bill Henderson, Damon Hines, Billy Vera Cinematography Fred J. Koenekamp Production Designer J. Michael Riva Art Direction Richard Carter, Stephen Dane Film Editor George Bowers, Richard Marks Original Music Michael Boddicker Written by Earl Mac Rauch Produced by Sidney Beckerman, Neil Canton, W.D. Richter Directed by W.D. Richter

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

Not content with its already well appointed special Blu-ray editions,
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‘Convos With My 2 Year Old’ Stars Branch Out With New Channel

In 2013, Matt Clarke and David Milchard scored a hit with Convos With My 2 Year Old, in which Milchard combined the adorable sayings of Clarke’s two-year-old daughter with his own adult body and mannerisms. Almost immediately, Clarke and Milchard vaulted to YouTube stardom, and they now have nearly 800,000 subscribers.

Three years later, Clarke and Milchard are still cranking out new Convos (they’re on season six now), but at the same time, they are branching out. They have launched a new channel called Cocomilk TV, on which they are working with various producers to explore new projects. Specifically, a press release describes Cocomilk as “a platform that will specialize in formats and be a venue for audiences who are looking for unique, irreverent and good-ole- silly-fun- time content.”

The first show to arrive on Cocomilk is Paranormal Solutions, which premiered in April. It is a comedy about occult investigators, a la Deadbeat or Ghost Ghirls,
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Emperor of the North

What would seem the perfect project for tough-guy director Robert Aldrich still commands a high reputation with some. Ambitious top-dog hobo Lee Marvin squares off against Ernest Borgnine's nearly demonic railroad conductor who routinely murders bums that dare to hitch a ride. The mayhem culminates in a battle on a moving flat car, between Ernie's log chain and Lee's fire ax. But the poetic dialogue and allegorical pretension may be more lethal. Emperor of the North Blu-ray Twilight Time Limited Edition 1973 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 120 min. / Ship Date September 8, 2015 / available through Twilight Time Movies / 29.95 Starring Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Keith Carradine, Charles Tyner, Malcolm Atterbury, Simon Oakland, Harry Caesar, Hal Baylor, Matt Clark, Elisha Cook Jr., Joe Di Reda, Liam Dunn, Diane Dye, Robert Foulk, Sid Haig, Vic Tayback, Dave Willock, Lance Henricksen. Cinematography Joseph Biroc Art Direction Jack Martin Smith Film Editor Michael Luciano Original Music Frank De Vol
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Pat Garrett And Billy The Kid

Here's another installment featuring Joe Dante's reviews from his stint as a critic for Film Bulletin circa 1969-1974. Our thanks to Video Watchdog and Tim Lucas for his editorial embellishments!

Post-production tampering mitigates against this Western by Sam Peckinpah finding its deserved reception from better-class audiences. Shortened release version is vague, confusing, and is being sold as routine action entry in saturation breaks where it should perform routinely, no more. Kris Kristofferson and acting debut of Bob Dylan provide youth lures. Rating: R.

“It feels like times have changed,” says Pat Garrett. “Times, maybe—not me," says Billy the Kid. A classical Sam Peckinpah exchange, reflecting one of the numerous obsessive themes that run through his latest Western. But times certainly haven’t changed for Peckinpah—for, despite the overdue success of his last venture, The Getaway, the embattled and iconoclastic director who revolutionized the Western with The Wild Bunch
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‘The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai’ Blu-ray Review

Stars: Peter Weller, John Lithgow, Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Goldblum, Ellen Barkin, Lewis Smith, Rosalind Cash, Robert Ito, Pepe Serna, Ronald Lacey, Matt Clark, Clancy Brown, William Traylor, Carl Lumbly, Vincent Schiavelli | Written by Earl Mac Rauch | Directed by W.D. Richter

Arrow Video know their cult movies, you just have to look at the ones they’ve released to see that. If you were to ask the question, how crazy can a cult movie be? I think you just have to look at their latest release for that. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension is probably one of the strangest (yet still good) Eighties movies you’ll ever see.

When Buckaroo Banzai (Peter Weller), the brilliant physicist-neurosurgeon-martial arts master-secret-rock star manages to use the Oscillation Overthruster to travel to the 8th dimension he draws the attention of the Red Lectroids (an alien race obviously.) Working with Banzai’s
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Two of Redford's Biggest Box-Office Hits on TCM Tonight

Robert Redford movies: TCM shows 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,' 'The Sting' They don't make movie stars like they used to, back in the days of Louis B. Mayer, Jack Warner, and Harry Cohn. That's what nostalgists have been bitching about for the last four or five decades; never mind the fact that movie stars have remained as big as ever despite the demise of the old studio system and the spectacular rise of television more than sixty years ago. This month of January 2015, Turner Classic Movies will be honoring one such post-studio era superstar: Robert Redford. Beginning this Monday evening, January 6, TCM will be presenting 15 Robert Redford movies. Tonight's entries include Redford's two biggest blockbusters, both directed by George Roy Hill and co-starring Paul Newman: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which turned Redford, already in his early 30s, into a major film star to rival Rudolph Valentino,
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The Horror Show (1989) review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott

The Horror Show (1989)

Written by: Alan Smithee, Allyn Warner, Leslie Bohem

Directed by: James Isaac, David Blyth

Cast: Lance Henriksen (Detective Lucas McCarthy), Brion James (Max Jenke), Rita Taggart (Donna McCarthy), Dedee Pfeiffer (Bonnie McCarthy), Aron Eisenberg (Scott McCarthy), Thom Bray (Peter Campbell), Matt Clark (Dr. Tower), Terry Alexander (Casey)

Some films aren’t served very well by their titles. A name is just a name, but then again, first impressions can seal the deal. I didn’t see The Horror Show until about a week ago. My cursor has been looming over it in my Netfix queue for quite some time. The title is so ambiguous, that it could be anything. The key word is anything, and I will see anything with Lance Henriksen in it. He’s become the stuff of legends. He’s one of the few character actors that have
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Chicago – In our latest Hookup: Combo Pack giveaway, we have 10 free Blu-ray and DVD combo packs up for grabs for the home entertainment release of the comedy “A Million Ways to Die in the West” with Seth MacFarlane and Charlize Theron!

A Million Ways to Die in the West,” which was released on Blu-ray and DVD combo pack on Oct. 7, 2014 and is rated “R,” also stars Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Silverman, Giovanni Ribisi, Christopher Hagen, Wes Studi and Matt Clark from writer and director Seth MacFarlane and writer Alec Sulkin. Note: You must be 17+ to win this “R”-rated Hookup.

To win your “A Million Ways to Die in the West” combo pack courtesy of, get interactive with our social media widget directly below. That’s it! The more social actions you complete below, the higher yours odds of winning! Completing these
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Chicago – In the latest Hookup: Film, we have 25 pairs of advance-screening movie passes up for grabs to the highly anticipated new comedy “A Million Ways to Die in the West” starring Seth MacFarlane (“Ted”), Charlize Theron and Liam Neeson!

A Million Ways to Die in the West,” which is rated “R” and opens on May 30, 2014, also stars Amanda Seyfried, Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Silverman, Giovanni Ribisi, Christopher Hagen, Wes Studi, Matt Clark, Evan Jones and Rex Linn from writer and director Seth MacFarlane and writer Alec Sulkin. Note: You must be 17+ to win and attend this “R”-rated screening.

To win your free “A Million Ways to Die in the West” passes courtesy of, just get interactive with our social media widget below. That’s it! This screening is on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 7 p.m. in downtown Chicago. The more social actions you complete, the more
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Full Grown Man Plays Toddler In ‘Convos With My 2 Year Old’

YouTube has no shortage of grown men acting like children, but a new web series has introduced one of the most popular manchildren we've ever seen on the site. Creator and father Matt Clarke has launched Convos With My 2 Year Old, which twists his interactions with his young daughter by running them through the mouth of a fully grown man. Convos With My 2 Year Old runs on the conceit that kids say the darndest things, which has always been a great way to get views on YouTube. The show gets that much funnier when you throw in the deadpan delivery of actor David Milchard, who plays Clarke's child. I thought Milchard's pink hair clip was a nice little touch. In less than a week, Convos With My 2 Year Old has scored more than 3.6 million views, with the series' channel bringing in more than 62,000 subscribers. Commenters on the debut episode are clamoring for more content,
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‘Jeremiah Johnson’ Hollywood’s Most Beautiful – and Saddest – Western

Jeremiah Johnson

Directed by Sydney Pollack

Written by Edward Anhalt and John Milius


The Western, at its creative and commercial peak – the late 1960s-early 1970s – proved itself an astoundingly pliable genre. It could be molded to deal with topical subject matter like racism (Skin Game, 1971), feminism (The Ballad of Josie, 1967), the excesses of capitalism (Oklahoma Crude, 1973). It could be bent into religious allegories (High Plains Drifter, 1973), or an equally allegorical address of the country’s most controversial war (Ulzana’s Raid, 1972). Westerns could be used to deconstruct America’s most self-congratulatory myths (Doc, 1971), and address historical slights and omissions (Little Big Man, 1970). They could provide heady social commentary (Hombre, 1967), or simple adventure and excitement (The Professionals, 1966). They could be funny (The Hallelujah Trail, 1965), unremittingly grim (Hour of the Gun, 1967), surreal (Greaser’s Palace, 1972), even be stretched into the shape of rock musical (Zachariah, 1971) or monster movie (Valley of Gwangi, 1969).

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'Walking Dead' Episode Three, 'Long Road Ahead,' Debuts This Week

Even though we're still well over a month away from "Walking Dead" returning to AMC, there are still numerous avenues from which to get your zombie fix, including Telltale Games' phenomenal video game based on the Robert Kirkman comic book series.

In fact, the third episode of "Walking Dead" — titled "Long Road Ahead" — is hitting PlayStation Network today (August 28) and Xbox Live Arcade, PC and Mac on Wednesday (August 29), according to the team at IGN. The grim journey of Lee Everett and (hopefully) his young companion Clementine will last for at least five episodes, with this week's third installment marking the midway point.

If you're a "Dead" fan and a gamer, Telltale's multi-part adaptation is a must-play. In his review of the second episode, "Starved for Help," our Panels & Pixels columnist Matt Clark struggled to find a single fault in the game.

"Sure, it's not the most technically advanced videogame
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'Avengers,' 'Spider-Man' And 'Captain America 2' Are In The Back Issue Bin

The Back Issue Bin is, err, back! We'll be here every Friday running down the ten greatest bits of comic book movie and television news to hit the space over the past week.

This week was a Marvel-heavy affair, with "Avengers" and "Spider-Man" scoring the big wins. People are psyched about the announcement of a "Captain America" sequel as well, now set in the modern day. In DC Comics news, rumors abound about new "Arkham City" Dlc content. And in flesh-eating territory, there's a new "Walking Dead" petition worth sinking your teeth into.

Get all that and more as we count down the top ten stories on Splash Page this week.

10. We launched a new column, No Capes Allowed, about non-superhero comics that deserve the big (or small) screen treatment. Kicking off is this piece on Brian K. Vaughan's "Saga," which Kevin P. Sullivan argues should be on TV producers' radar.
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Chicago – In our latest pilgrimage edition of Hookup: DVD, we have 5 DVDs up for grabs for the home entertainment release of “The Way” from writer and director Emilio Estevez starring his father Martin Sheen!

The Way” also stars Yorick van Wageningen, Deborah Kara Unger, Tchéky Karyo, James Nesbitt, Spencer Garrett, Ángela Molina, Matt Clark, Carlos Leal, Simón Andreu, David Alexanian, Antonio Gil, Nacho Estévez and Eusebio Lázaro from writer and director Emilio Estevez based on the novel by Jack Hitt. Here’s information about this DVD release:

Audio commentary by director Emilio Estevez, Martin Sheen and producer David Alexanian. Never-before-seen clips on location filming in Spain. Behind-the-scenes footage from “The Way” bus tour across America in the fall of 2011.

The film will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Feb. 21, 2012. To win your free “The Way” DVD courtesy of, just answer our question in this Web-based submission form.
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Top Ten Tuesday: The Best Of Clint Eastwood (The Actor)

When J. Edgar was released last Fall, We Are Movie Geeks published our Top Ten Tuesday article on Clint Eastwood’s best films as director. With word that Eastwood has come out of acting retirement, it’s time for another Top Ten list, this time of movies that Clint has starred in. Trouble With The Curve is currently filming and stars Clint as an ailing baseball scout in his twilight years who takes his daughter (played by Amy Adams) on the road for one last recruiting trip. This will be Clint’s first acting role since Gran Torino in 2008.

Super-8 Clint Eastwood Movie Madness will be a great way to celebrate the life and films of this legendary American actor. It takes place February 7th at the Way Out Club in St. Louis (2525 Jefferson in South City). Condensed versions of these memorable Clint Eastwood films will be shown on a
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Marvel Pinball Goes Mobile With Wolverine And Captain America

Zen Studios knows how to make a pinball videogame. It's no easy task – creating digital games that somehow maintain the feel of analog tables, but Zen has proven more than capable over the past few years with a stable of enjoyable games. Personally, Xbox Live game "Pinball FX 2" has eaten away hours of my life, thanks in no small part to the incredibly satisfying leaderboard system and the inclusion of some amazingly executed Marvel-themed tables.

Now, a selection of those Marvel tables are coming to iOS and Android devices via downloadable content.

If you're a Marvel fan, and in any way enjoy the catharsis of rolling that little steel ball around a playfield, there's a good chance you'll find something to like in these new Marvel tables. Android (Tegra-powered) devices and iOS users can both check out the tables right now through previously released games "Zen Pinball Thd" and "Zen Pinball,
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Comics: First Look At Spider-Man Solicitations For February 2012!

Thanks to iFanboy, we have the following solicitations for the Spider-Man titles set to be released next February. There's some great looking comic books on offer here, although you can find more by clicking on the link below where the site also have the details for Marvel's Ultimate range on sale that month. Which of these are you most looking forward to checking out? Be sure to share your thoughts in the usual place. Amazing Spider-man #679 Story By Dan Slott Art By Humberto Ramos Cover By Mike Delmundo • With time running out, Spidey makes a last ditch effort to save time itself! • Can Spidey win this race against the future? 32 Pgs./Rated T …$3.99 Amazing Spider-man #679.1 Story By Dan Slott Art By Matt Clark Cover By John Tyler Christopher • Morbius the Living Vampire returns! • The perfect jumping on point for the hottest comic around! 32 Pgs./Rated T …$2.99 Amazing Spider-man #680 Story By
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