July 14, 2010

Classics Update

Some classic films our members are reviewing this week:

Sean Axmaker reviews Columbia Pictures Film Noir Classics II, The Film Noir Classic Collection: Volume 5, The Only Son, and There Was a Father at Parallax View and Chicago, Close-Up, My Name is Julia Ross, and The Sun at TCM

Steve Biodrowski offers a retrospective on the horror, fantasy, and science fiction films of the 1960s at Cinefantastique

Sarah Boslaugh reviews High Anxiety, History of the World Part I, and Robin Hood: Men in Tights at PopMatters

Mark Dujsik reviews American Me at The Parallax Review

Glenn Erickson reviews Crack in the World, Jason and the Argonauts, New York Confidential, and Night Train to Munich at DVD Savant

Marilyn Ferdinand reviews Dance with Me and I Live in Fear at Ferdy on Films

Rob Gonsalves reviews Double Indemnity and Electra Glide in Blue at eFilmCritic

Michael E. Grost reviews Gentleman Jim, The Long, Long Trailer, Moonfleet, and Vagabond at mikegrost.com

A.J. Hakari reviews Cross of Iron at Classic Movie Guide

Phil Hall reviews Pharaoh's Army at FilmSnobbery.com and The Space Voyage at Film Threat

Donald J. Levit reviews Orlando at ReelTalk Reviews

Adam Lippe reviews Fearless Frank at A Regrettable Moment of Sincerity

John J. Puccio reviews Dr. Giggles, Insomnia, New York Confidential, and No Orchids for Miss Blandish at DVDTOWN

Dennis Schwartz reviews Altered States, Brainstorm, and Suspicion at Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Cole Smithey reviews La Dolce Vita at ColeSmithey.com

Bill Weber reviews Steamboat Bill, Jr. at Slant

James Wegg reviews The Battle of Chile at JWR

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