Featuring a gumbo pot of talent and a salacious storyline, Pretty Maids All In A Row has garnered a cult following since its 1971. Rock Hudson is Tiger, a high school football coach and guidance counselor who seduces the most alluring teenagers at his school and kills them once they get a bit too serious for his own good. Angie Dickinson is Miss Smith, a sexually frustrated teacher who’s caught under Tiger’s spell, and John David Carson is Ponce de Leon Harper, a high school senior who’s desperate to lose his virginity. Below are five reasons why Pretty Maids All In A Row is worth a look.
One of the biggest takeaways from The Finest Hours, which is now playing nationwide, is that Holliday Grainger is a star in the making. Though the meat of the film deals with the true story of the U.S. Coast Guard’s bold rescue of the SS Pendleton, the picture also has a wonderful romantic subplot with Coast Guard Bernie Webber (Chris Pine) and his resilient fiancee Miriam (Grainger).
The 33, the true story of the 2010 rescue of the miners who were buried alive in Chile after the collapse of a gold and copper mine, hits Blu-ray and DVD February 16 via. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The project debuts on Digital HD February 2.
We’re giving away two (2) Blu-rays of the Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence film Serena, a picture which also stars Rhys Ifans and Toby Jones. The contest ends January 29 and it’s very easy to enter!
If you have an insatiable appetite for Star Wars: The Force Awakens (TFA) and watching the movie numerous times just won’t do, then Star Wars: Card Trader might just do the trick. Topps has launched a big update for the digital trading card app (which is available on iOS and Android) in conjunction with TFA’s nationwide release.
One of the distinct pleasures of scouring through the Warner Archive Collection is discovering its extensive library of forgotten and overlooked films, and thankfully they have brought much needed spotlight to “Cry of the Hunted.” Though director Joseph H. Lewis is best known for the 1949 film noir classic “Gun Crazy,” “Cry of the Hunted” reaches similar cinematic heights.
The powers that be told media members to keep their plot details at the barest of minimum, so this “review” of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is more of a general collection of scrambled thoughts that’s spoiler and narrative free. However jumbled and incoherent these following words come across, simply know this: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” ranks right up there with “Star Wars” and “The Empire Strikes Back.” And personally, it’s my favorite installment of the series.