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Inspired Primitivism to Close Out Your Summer

Inspired Primitivism to Close Out Your Summer

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Aug 29th 2018

“An uncommonly nonsensical cops-and-crooks movie” that blew unceremoniously into New York neighborhood theaters 45 years ago today, The Stone Killer (1973), the third of six collaborations betwee

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The Face of Justified Homicide

The Face of Justified Homicide

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Nov 17th 2016

He had been a Hollywood face for 20 years in supporting roles as assorted hoodlums, Native Americans and soldiers, even a potent presence among four of the all-time great male ensembles in movie his

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August Preorders / Wynn Win

August Preorders / Wynn Win

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Jul 27th 2016

Set for a release date of August 16, six Twilight Time Blu-ray titles are posting for preorder today (at 4 PM EDT/1PM PDT). They include the Sam Peckinpah-scripted frontier cavalry Western The Glor

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Partners in Revenge

Partners in Revenge

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Mar 10th 2016

The first of a six-movie partnership that would bring a new, grittier edge to action movies in the 1970s and ’80s was shot not in the New Mexico territory in which it was set in the 1870s but in the

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Born Musically Free / Born to Be Bronson

Born Musically Free / Born to Be Bronson

Posted by Mike Finnegan on Nov 3rd 2015

The musical soundtrack pantheon of our moviegoing lifetimes must include another composer named John besides that of Williams: the great John Barry (1933-2011), who would have turned 82 today. Acros

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