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Review: "Rampage" (1963) Starring Robert Mitchum, Elsa Martinelli And Jack Hawkins; Warner Archive DVD Release

10 October 2016 3:26 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By Lee Pfeiffer

I recently wrote in relation to a review of "The Big Show" that circus movies have gone the way of the Model T. You can add to that another genre of film that used to be a Hollywood staple- the safari movies in which the hero was a great white hunter. Changing social attitudes make it unlikely we'd ever again cheer some rock-jawed leading man as he unloads some hi caliber bullets into a grazing elephant or a lazing hippo. The last word on such films was Clint Eastwood's woefully underrated (and woefully under-seen) 1990 film "White Hunter, Black Heart", which was loosely based on the hunting obsessions of director John Huston during production of "The African Queen". Nevertheless, jungle-themed adventures are still the stuff of cinematic thrills in the minds of retro movie lovers. One of the best is "Rampage", a 1963 opus directed by Phil Karlson »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Here's What You're Watching on Netflix This Month

21 June 2016 12:48 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

We're living a tidal wave of content. It's hard to know what to watch, when, and where. We're here to help! By telling you that you can and should watch a movie about a tsunami entitled The Wave from the director of the upcoming Tomb Raider movie, Roar Uthaug, on Netflix next month. The streaming service has released the titles for their July 2016 movies and TV shows, though they are subject to change. Also available are those titles leaving Netflix in July. Highlights of what you can look forward to include: Back to the Future 1- 3, Beverly Hills Cop 1 and 2  (if you want to get ready for the upcoming sequel), All of the Lethal Weapon movies (get a look at The Predator director Shane Black's first script brought to life), BoJack Horseman Season 3, The Sting, and more. Make sure to check out these titles before they leave: A Clockwork Orange, »

- Roth Cornet

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WWE Reveals Battleground 2016 PPV Date And Location

28 March 2016 10:36 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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At Sunday’s WWE live event in Washington, D.C., an announcement was made that the city’s Verizon Center will host 2016’s Battleground Pay-Per-View on July 24. This will mark the first PPV event held in the United States’ capital in more than five years.

Battleground is a recent addition to the company’s annual schedule, but the event has already garnered a reputation as consistently being one of the worst of the year. At the inaugural show in 2013, Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan battled for the vacant WWE Championship, but the match was declared a no contest after The Big Show interfered and a new champion was not crowned.

The 2014 iteration of the show saw a highly anticipated Seth Rollins versus Dean Ambrose match cancelled when Ambrose was ejected from the arena for attacking Rollins backstage.

Finally, at last year’s Battleground, Brock Lesnar got his guaranteed »

- Scott Fried

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Big Boss Man Officially Confirmed For WWE Hall Of Fame 2016

7 March 2016 12:17 PM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Earlier today, WWE’s official Twitter account announced the newest inductee into the 2016 Hall of Fame class – Ray “Big Boss Man” Traylor.

One of the most beloved superstars of the late 1980s and early 1990s, Traylor first joined the company in 1988. A real-life ex-prison guard, Traylor was given the character of “The Big Boss Man” – a corrupt prison guard/law enforcement agent. He was a top heel for WWE until 1990, when he turned face and had well-remembered feuds with Mr. Perfect, The Mountie, and Nailz. He left the company in 1993, and after a brief tenure in All Japan Pro Wrestling, debuted in 1993. First called “The Boss,” Traylor subsequently took the names “The Guardian Angel” and “Big Bubba Rogers” following complaints from WWE.

In 1998, Traylor rejoined WWE, once again taking the “Big Boss Man” name. He changed his image, wearing a Swat-style uniform and serving as a personal bodyguard to Vince McMahon. »

- Scott Fried

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