The horrors of the Nazi extermination camps are all too familiar to those who managed to survive them. Films and documentaries have been around for years, showing the world what was supposed to be a secret and ultimate solution to the "Jewish Problem."
This week’s releases include a trio of high definition Disney vault releases; a not-so focused biopic about a famous director; a couple of movies about life’s greatest challenges; and an epic tale of love and betrayal.
Several must-see films are being released late November-early December. From Bilbo's adventure to Tarantino's slavery-era action flick,these are the top five movies I can't wait to watch on the big screen.
It's easy for us to laugh at the panic that Orson Welles' “War of the Worlds” broadcast caused in 1938. We have an extra three-quarters of a century of media exposure. The Art Of Time Ensemble pulls off a tough job: making us feel the hoax's effect.
Hollywood – As the films of Alfred Hitchcock continue to stand the test of time, Tinseltown is paying homage this year in no less than three upcoming releases: two films about the iconic director, and a TV prequel to his arguably most famous work.
Sight and Sound, the international film magazine published by The British Film Industry (BFI) announced by tweets the results of The Greatest Films of All Time: Sight & Sound’s 2012 poll, and have voted Hitchcock's Vertigo their number one best film.