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Inferno 3-D

Now in Region A — One of the best releases from the early- ’50s 3-D boom. Millionaire Robert Ryan is abandoned to die in the desert by his wife Rhonda Fleming and her lover; the ‘useless’ executive earns self-respect by focusing on the problem of survival. Ryan’s terrific, and the depth effects in the attractive desert locations are great, thanks to cinematographer Lucien Ballard.

Inferno 3-D

3-D + 2-D Blu-ray

Twilight Time

1953 / Color / 1:33 flat / 83 min. / Street Date May 16, 2017 / Available from the Twilight Time Movies Store 29.95

Starring: Robert Ryan, Rhonda Fleming, William Lundigan, Henry Hull, Carl Betz, Larry Keating, Robert Burton.

Cinematography: Lucien Ballard

Editor: Robert L. Simpson

Original Music: Paul Sawtell

Written by Francis M. Cockrell from his story The Waterhole

Produced by William Bloom

Directed by Roy (Ward) Baker

I just reviewed an Inferno 3-D disc not four months ago, but U.S. viewers will want the facts (all the facts!
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This Is Us Playlist: Your Favorite Songs From Season 1 of the NBC Drama

This Is Us Playlist: Your Favorite Songs From Season 1 of the NBC Drama
Standin’ at the station, don’t know what to say? Starin’ out the window as you’re rollin’ away? Don’t worry — we can always come back to TVLine Mixtape: This Is Us edition.

RelatedThis Is Us @ PaleyFest: The Cast on That Finale Fight and Jack’s Death

In a single season, NBC’s hit drama managed to deliver a wide range of heart-wrenching, gut-punching emotions. We laughed, we cried, we obsessively searched for fan theories. And the show’s music played an integral role in warming our hearts (and exhausting our Kleenex reserves).

If you’re ready to
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UK industry veteran Terry Glinwood dies aged 82

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UK industry veteran Terry Glinwood dies aged 82
Glinwood worked with Roman Polanski, Jeremy Thomas, Karel Reisz and Terry Jones.

UK industry veteran Terry Glinwood has died aged 82 following complications from surgery for a minor complaint.

Glinwood’s career spanned fifty years as a producer and sales executive during which time he worked closely with some of the European industry’s leading figures.

He entered the business in the 1960s as a production controller working on Roman Polanski films Repulsion and Cul-De-Sac.

In the 1970’s he would work closely with fellow-producers Ned Sherrin and Beryl Vertue and director Bob Kellett on a string of UK comedies including Up Pompeii and The Alf Garnett Saga as well with UK producer John Heyman and Grease and Saturday Night Fever producer Robert Stigwood.

In the same decade Glinwood struck up a fertile collaboration with Rpc boss Jeremy Thomas for whom he would work in a sales and financing capacity on Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, The Last Emperor and [link
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Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union & Chris Bosh Ditch All-Star Game For Miami Boat Trip (Video + Photo)

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[[tmz:video id="0_hrze967v"]] Dwyane Wade wasn't an All-Star this season ... but that didn't stop him from livin' it up like one with his old teammate, Chris Bosh, and their wives on a boat trip in Miami!! The Bulls star didn't make the team for the first time in 12 seasons, but it clearly doesn't look like he had a case of Fomo ... especially with his gorgeous wife, Gabrielle Union, showing off her killer bikini bod. Bosh also got the
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Inferno 3-D

Inferno

3-D Region B (+A ) Blu-ray

Panamint Cinema (UK)

1953 / Color / 1:33 flat / 83 min. / Street Date August 10, 2014 / Available from Amazon UK / £19.99

Starring: Robert Ryan, Rhonda Fleming, William Lundigan, Henry Hull, Carl Betz, Larry Keating, Robert Burton.

Cinematography: Lucien Ballard

Editor: Robert L. Simpson

Original Music: Paul Sawtell

Written by: Francis M. Cockrell, from his story The Waterhole :

Produced by: William Bloom

Directed by Roy (Ward) Baker

(Note, 1.18.17: Twilight Time will be releasing a domestic disc of

this title on May 16, licensed for U.S. distribution.)

A fine 20th Fox entry for the 3-D craze of 1953, the adventure thriller Inferno is often labeled a film noir in the desert. Despite the presence of a scheming, murderous wife, the noir quotient here is minimal — it’s just a straight survival tale with a homicidal twist. An odd UK-only release licensed by a small independent company, the Blu-ray 3-D is well encoded
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Martha Thomases: Comic Books and Today’s Reality

  • Comicmix
This is a sad day for me. We are losing a president with curiosity and interest in people different from himself to one who might not be able to read at all.

Yes, I’m that kind of elitist. I prefer to admire (and, if possible, hang out with) people with imaginations, people who like to be challenged, people who appreciate the arts. All the evidence (this, for example) suggests that our newly installed Commander-in-Chief has no such interests.

Tough times, such as those I imagine to be ahead of us, can be opportunities for great art. The 1960s, with its civil rights marches, police riots and unjust wars, brought us brilliant music, film, theater, dance and literature, even comics. It is the responsibility of the artist to make us question our perceptions, and the best do this in a way that lasts well beyond the topical concerns of their times.
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Trevor Noah Vs Tomi Lahren ‘Daily Show’ Slugfest Goes Viral; Media Bites, Everybody Wins

The Daily Show booked TheBlaze’s Tomi Lahren as its guest last night. Host Trevor Noah and Lahren, who talks super-fast and has therefore become an online star with her takes on Colin Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter, slugged it out, as hoped. Reporters Who Cover Television bit; the video went viral. Everybody wins. Lahren kicked things off by noting she had entered the lion’s den, in appearing on the Comedy Central late-night show. Noah made an Africa joke, and the the…
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Bachelorette Alum Jillian Harris: My Son Leo Is a ‘Total Mama’s Boy’

Bachelorette Alum Jillian Harris: My Son Leo Is a ‘Total Mama’s Boy’
Now that her baby is 3 months old, Jillian Harris is officially getting into the swing of motherhood.

“The first three months were tough,” the former Bachelorette, 36, tells People of life with son Leo George Tiziano.

But eventually, the blogger and host of Hgtv’s Love it or List it, Too started “figuring it all out.”

Says Harris, “I literally felt like a new person and was learning everything all over again!”

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Now back to work full time,
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Writer Reveals Interesting Inspiration For New Take on 'Van Helsing'

  • LRM Online
I'm just going to come right out with it:

I think a Van Helsing film series is a brilliant concept.

That said, I don't have faith in anyone getting it right after that unruly mess of a Hugh Jackman movie in 2004. I think the concept is fantastic, though. You have a main character- a monster hunter (!!!)- that can, essentially, navigate his way throughout an entire shared, cinematic universe. And the universe he lives in is inhabited by legendary monsters like Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Invisible Man, Frankenstein, and The Mummy! And one of the things that made those monsters legendary was the mystique surrounding them, and the way they could be used sparingly to create maximum tension and anticipation. Therefore, the idea of making the star of those movies a single, human protagonist means you don't have to over-expose your famous beasts!

Everybody wins, right? Van Helsing can be a gold mine,
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Lights Out Review: It'll Leave You Sleeping with the Lights On

Lights Out Review: It'll Leave You Sleeping with the Lights On
It feels like a lot of the challenge of making any kind of art in the modern age is that so much has been done already, that it is very hard to do something that feels fresh. Or at the very least isn't ripe with the stench of unoriginality. This is especially challenging in the horror genre. Fortunately for horror fans, first time feature director David F. Sandberg, with the help of modern horror master James Wan, has crafted a purely fun horror flick with Lights Out. Does it reinvent the wheel? Absolutely not. But, damn, this wheel does its job.

Lights Out tells the story of a family who is dealing with a very mysterious presence that is, and has been, terrorizing them for many years. Rebecca (Teresa Palmer) is forced to pick up the pieces after her step-father dies of mysterious circumstances and her mother Sophie (Maria Bello), falls into a deep,
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How Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Owned the Met Gala Without Lifting a Finger

How Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Owned the Met Gala Without Lifting a Finger
Let's be clear to start, here: The Met Gala is full of try-hards. And that's a very good thing! The annual party (or, should we say, charity fundraiser) is a huge deal and deserves to be treated as such. Everybody wins when celebs go all out to look (and be) their best at the Met Gala. We, the fans and the press and everyone else, get to ooh and ahh over all the sneak peek shots of glam squads in anticipation of the big reveal, and then again as we watch all the beautiful people parade down the red carpet looking just jazzed to be attending the fanciest event in town. The celebrities win because, well, they look fabulous and get to be jazzed about attending the fanciest even in town. Which...
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Grey's Anatomy Recap: Loaded Questions

Grey's Anatomy Recap: Loaded Questions
If you never thanked your folks for your boring, nothing-interesting-ever-happens childhood, this week’s Grey’s Anatomy probably made you (or at least made you want to).

While Grey Sloan’s docs worked feverishly to save an 8-year-old named Brandon who’d been accidentally shot with his mother’s gun, little Sofia seemed poised to become the prize in a Calzona custody battle. (And just when Japril had begun being civil to one another again, too!)

Did Brandon pull through? Did Sofia’s moms arrive at a compromise? Read on, and together, we’ll search for a little bit of “happy” in “Trigger Happy.
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Jack Definitely Could Have Fit on that Door and 6 Other Obvious Cinematic Solutions

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Jack Definitely Could Have Fit on that Door and 6 Other Obvious Cinematic Solutions
We've all been that person watching a movie and torturing our friends with a bunch of "why don't they just to this" and "they should have just done that" comments. (No? Just us?) In any case, there are certain movies that just about everyone agrees played fast and loose with logic for the sake of drama. (For example, a certain film about a giant, ill-fated cruise ship - see below.) Here, we examine Titanic and six more movies that totally would have gone down differently had we been the characters. And before we get a million "Because there wouldn't be
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Jack Definitely Could Have Fit on that Door and 6 Other Obvious Cinematic Solutions

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Jack Definitely Could Have Fit on that Door and 6 Other Obvious Cinematic Solutions
We've all been that person watching a movie and torturing our friends with a bunch of "why don't they just to this" and "they should have just done that" comments. (No? Just us?) In any case, there are certain movies that just about everyone agrees played fast and loose with logic for the sake of drama. (For example, a certain film about a giant, ill-fated cruise ship - see below.) Here, we examine Titanic and six more movies that totally would have gone down differently had we been the characters. And before we get a million "Because there wouldn't be
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Come Fly With Me

Dolores Hart, Pamela Tiffin and Lois Nettleton are flight attendants aiming to snag three attractive, wealthy husbands right out of the air -- Karl Boehm, Hugh O'Brien and Karl Malden. There's more social comment in this 'coffee, tea or me' romantic comedy than can be found in a graduate thesis about the sexual habits of liberated stewardesses. And Hey, Frankie Avalon warbles the classy title tune! Come Fly with Me DVD-r The Warner Archive Collection 1963 / Color / 2:35 enhanced widescreen / 109 min. / Street Date June 30, 2015 / available through the WBshop / 18.49 Starring Dolores Hart, Hugh O'Brian, Karlheinz Bohm, Pamela Tiffin, Lois Nettleton, Karl Malden, Dawn Addams, Richard Wattis, Andrew Cruickshank, James Dobson, Lois Maxwell, John Crawford, Robert Easton, Maurice Marsac, George Coulouris, Ferdy Mayne. Cinematography Oswald Morris Film Editor Frank Clarke Original Music Lyn Murray Written by William Roberts from a book by Bernard Glemser Produced by Anatole De Grunwald Directed by Henry Levin

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

What?
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Ratings: Fox’s NFL Game Inflates Network’s Sunday Sitcoms

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Ratings: Fox’s NFL Game Inflates Network’s Sunday Sitcoms
Everybody wins when the Dallas Cowboys visit the New York Giants — except for Fox’s primetime competition. (And last night, Dallas.) Thanks to the huge lead-in of the highly anticipated Nfc East rematch overrun, Fox’s following sitcoms soared, handing the network a comfortable second place finish in the key 18-49 demographic. CBS was fourth in the demo, but still managed to top Fox as runner-up among total viewers. NBC finished first of course, thanks to broadcast TV’s top program, “Sunday Night Football.” Also Read: Yahoo's First NFL Game Kicks Off to 15.2 Million Unique Viewers NBC was first in
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Sesame Street Is Coming to HBO - Along With a Spinoff Series!

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PBS has long been the home of beloved children's series Sesame Street, but there's just been a big shakeup! Thanks to a groundbreaking five-year partnership, new seasons of the show will now air on HBO (plus HBO Go, HBO On Demand, and HBO Now), in addition to PBS. In a press release, Jeffrey D. Dunn, Sesame Workshop's CEO, called it a "winning" partnership for both the show and HBO. This way, Sesame Street receives funding from the cable giant, and HBO has access to new episodes and 150 hours of content from the show's library. HBO will also produce a spinoff series, Sesame Street Muppet. Everybody wins!
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Wayward Pines: 8 reasons you might want to tune in

New mystery thriller Wayward Pines feat. Matt Dillon arrives today on Fox. Here are a few reasons you might want to watch it...

“Welcome to Wayward Pines, where paradise is home”.

The louder a fictional small town shouts about being heaven on Earth, the higher the probability that it is in fact, an axis of evil. As a rule, if the town sign features a beaming family and a cheery slogan, you’ll be lucky to make it to sundown without being kidnapped, cannibalised or having your severed spine used as a xylophone in the local middle school’s ossuary orchestra.

(It’s all a matter of irony. Small towns with dark secrets love irony in a town slogan. It gives them a pleasant break from all that ritualised murder and alien probing.)

Joining the likes of Woodbury, Trinity, and the daddy of them all, Twin Peaks, is Wayward Pines,
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The Good Wife Recap: It's Their Party And They'll Lie If They Want To

It’s funny that this week’s installment of The Good Wife makes multiple references to Spider-Man (and its head-scratching number of reboots). Because as Alicia Florrick so cruelly learns, it can be a silly and treacherous thing to place one’s fate in a white knight upon a fiery steed.

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2015: Weddings, Deaths, Breakups, Sex, Resurrections, Firings and More!

If you’ll recall, at the end of last week’s hour, Alicia found herself accused of election fraud by TV journalist Petra Moritz. And this week, she puts an imprudent amount of trust in the hands
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Deadpool: Ryan Reynolds Shares Fan-Made Poster and Negasonic Teenage Warhead Image

Superhero movies, and really all movies, should not be guarded like state secrets. Fans want to connect with the property they love, and the notion that they’ll stop caring before the film comes out is absurd. It’s good to keep some things under wraps, but a dialogue with fans is important, and Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds is being gracious with his Twitter followers by sharing a steady stream of images and information. This weekend, Reynolds tweeted out the first image of Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, who is a telepath with precognitive abilities the comics. We don’t know how she’ll factor into this movie, but she looks like she’s a lot of fun at parties: [caption id="attachment_442367" align="aligncenter" width="599"] Image via 20th Century Fox/caption] Reynolds also shared a Deadpool poster done by a fan, and it looks great. Rather than letting everyone get duped, Reynolds pointed out that it wasn’t real,
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