Tag: James Mason

BR: Genghis Khan (1965)

BR: Genghis Khan (1965)

October 5, 2018 | By

The 1960s was the decade where epics bloomed, ballooned, and died as superproductions were cranked out by studios and maverick indie producers, and Genghis Khan was designed to ride the wave furthered by Samuel Bronston…

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BR: Blue Max, The (1966)

BR: Blue Max, The (1966)

March 26, 2014 | By

  Film: Excellent Transfer: Excellent/ Extras: Excellent Label: Twilight Time Region: All Released:  February 11, 2014 Genre:  War / Action / Aviation Synopsis: An arrogant German fighter pilot rises to the top during the waning months of WWI. Special Features:  Audio Commentary Track #1: film historian Julie Kirgo and producer Nick Redman / Audio Commentary #2: Isolated […]

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DVD: Fall of the Roman Empire, The (1964)

DVD: Fall of the Roman Empire, The (1964)

December 6, 2012 | By

Return to: Home / Blu-ray, DVD, Film Reviews / F . Film: Very Good/ DVD Transfer: Excellent/ DVD Extras: Excellent Label: Genius Products/ Region: 1 (NTSC) / Released: April 29, 2008 Genre: Historical Epic / Roman History Synopsis: The love life of a Roman general is repeatedly thwarted when kooky Emperor Commodus realigns Rome’s focus from an […]

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Jules Verne on Blu: Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)

Jules Verne on Blu: Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)

May 27, 2012 | By

Review of Twilight Time’s new Blu-ray of Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959), the best of the film versions based on Jules Verne’s classic escapist novel.

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BR: Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)

BR: Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959)

May 26, 2012 | By

The fifties enjoyed a mini-wave of Jules Verne tales, spanning Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954), Michael Todd’s Around The World In 80 Days (1956), and RKO’s From The Earth To The Moon (1958). The combination of otherworldly / exotic travelogue tales with dabs of science-fiction and adventurous intrigue certainly made Verne’s classic works suitable for the big screen, so it seemed natural that 20th Century Fox would deliver the underworld of planet Earth in multi-track stereo and Cinemascope…

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