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Bobby Vee, ’60s Pop Idol, Dies at 73

24 October 2016 11:15 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Bobby Vee, one of the original teen idols of 1960s pop music, died Monday after a battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 73.

Vee, a native of Fargo, North Dakota, launched his career in the late ’50s, and got his big break thanks to one of rock and roll’s most notorious accidents. His first group, The Shadows, was tapped as a replacement in Fargo a plane crash laid the original acts â€. Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper â€.low. Within months, they’d released a single, “Suzie Baby.” (An early incarnation of the Shadows featured »

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Reviews: "Too Late For Tears" (1949) And "Woman On The Run" (1950); Blu-ray/DVD Dual Format Editions From Arrow Films

10 July 2016 12:45 PM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By Tim Greaves

(The following reviews pertain to the UK Region 2 releases) 

When I'm in the right mood I adore bit of film noir. I admire the diversity of its storytelling, I love every facet, from the hardboiled private eyes, duplicitous dames and characters that seldom turn out to be what they first appear, to the alleyways bathed in inky shadows, ramshackle apartments and half-lit street corners they inhabit. How can you not get drawn in by the sheer delight of Edward G Robinson playing a second rate psychic trying to convince the authorities he can see the future in The Night Has a Thousand Eyes? Or amnesiac John Hodiak on a mission to discover his own identity, in the process getting embroiled in a 3-year-old murder case and the search for a missing $2 million in Somewhere in the Night? Yes, indeed, there's nothing quite like a hearty serving of »

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Review: "The Chase" (1946) Starring Robert Cummings; Kino Lorber Blu-ray Edition

13 May 2016 3:55 AM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By John  M. Whalen

Cornell Woolrich is a writer whose work was much loved and cherished by fans of film noir. The Internet Movie Database lists 102 credits for him for both film and TV shows—titles including “Rear Window,” “The Bride Wore Black,” “The Night Has a Thousand Eyes,” “Black Angel,” “Fear in the Night,” and “Phantom Lady,” He didn’t write any screenplays that I know of. The films and TV shows were all adapted from a prolific output of stories written under his Woolrich and William Irish pseudonyms, and under his real name, George Hopley.

While Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, and James M. Cain make up the Big Three in noir fiction, Woolrich carved out a special niche for himself. Chandler, and Hammett wrote about tough guy heroes who usually overcame the web of evil they encountered. Cain’s heroes weren’t always so lucky, but at least »

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