Horror movie fans might get the chance to see George A. Romero’s long lost 1973 feature “The Amusement Park” on the big screen. According to a report published this week from Bloody Disgusting, Yellow Veil Pictures has come on board the project to handle the movie’s worldwide distribution rights.
I haven’t seen this wonderful little film in years. I just watched it again. Every moment was just as good as when I first saw it.
Bagdad Cafe (sometimes Bagdad Café, titled Out of Rosenheim in Germany) is a 1987 English-language German film directed by Percy Adlon. It is a comedy-drama set in a remote truck stop and motel in the Mojave Desert in the US state of California. Loosely based on Carson McCullers’ novella ‘The Ballad of the Sad Café’ (1951), the film centers on two women who have recently separated from their husbands, and the blossoming friendship that ensues. It runs 95 minutes in the U.S. and 108 minutes in the German version.
Very good film. What if ‘Moone Boy’ took place in Nazi Germany?
Indiana Jones: Raiders Of the Lost Ark, March
Star Wars, Ep. IV – The Throne Room and Final Titles
Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (The Lumière Brothers, 1896) 4K, 60 FPS
COLORIZED, 4K, 60 FPS
ORIGINAL, 18 FPS
2012 REMAKE, 30 FPS
In the 1970s and 80s, the apartheid government funded a little-known film scheme aimed at black South Africans.
Imagine the oldest cinema in the world. Did your mind wander to the bustling streets of New York City or Los Angeles in glamorous old Hollywood? To get there, you instead need to drive an hour south to a quaint Main Street in Ottawa, Kansas.
“The oldest purpose-built cinema in operation was achieved by Plaza 1907, which has been in operation since 22 May 1907,” Guinness World Records declares.