Behind The Lens #31 – Two Step, The Look Like People, & Carol Nguyen

  On this week's Behind The Lens, debbie lynn elias and I interviewed Two Step director Alex R. Johnson as he talked about how shooting in Texas reinvigorated him as a filmmaker (the movie, a tense thriller that Jim Thompson fans would appreciate, is terrific). MacLeod Andrews and Evan Dumouchel, stars and producers of They Look Like People (it's another solid thriller - but … Continue reading Behind The Lens #31 – Two Step, The Look Like People, & Carol Nguyen

TCM Classic Film Festival Is A Movie Lover’s Haven

  Like most impatient people, I simply hate waiting in lines. However, such a seemingly frustrating activity was one of my biggest pleasures at the TCM Classic Film Festival. Along with the plethora of films available at the fest, movie buffs also had the chance to listen or catch a glimpse of actors  Ann-Margret, Dustin … Continue reading TCM Classic Film Festival Is A Movie Lover’s Haven

Stars & Film Lovers Align For TCM Classic Film Festival

The past several days has been a star-studded one if you've traversed Hollywood Boulevard thanks to the TCM Classic Film Festival. Film lovers from all over the world have attended this fest to check out silver screen classics on the big screen as well as meet some of cinema's artistic luminaries. Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer were on … Continue reading Stars & Film Lovers Align For TCM Classic Film Festival

Director Richard Linklater “Came Running” As TCM Guest Programmer

  Boyhood filmmaker Richard Linklater has joined Turner Classic Movies (TCM) this month to serve as its guest programmer. His first recommendation, the 1958 feature Some Came Running, airs tonight (TCM, 8 pm et/pt). Directed by Vincente Minelli, Some Came Running stars Frank Sinatra as a disillusioned World War II vet who comes home, only … Continue reading Director Richard Linklater “Came Running” As TCM Guest Programmer

Maureen O’Hara Shines Bright at TCM Classic Film Festival

Elton John once sang that Saturday night's alright for fighting, but over in Hollywood no fisticuffs were headed in my direction. I was but one of several hundred movie buffs waiting at the El Capitan Theatre to check out John Ford's feature "How Green Was My Valley" at the TCM Classic Film Festival. Maureen O'Hara, the strong willed and talented … Continue reading Maureen O’Hara Shines Bright at TCM Classic Film Festival

TCM Classic Film Festival Kicks Off With Host Robert Osborne

The fifth annual TCM Classic Film Festival kicks off today, and TCM host Robert Osborne talked to press about the festival and also shared various movie moments from his past. It was a great way to kick off a Thursday morning, especially since most of the media members who attended the event are diehard movie … Continue reading TCM Classic Film Festival Kicks Off With Host Robert Osborne