Twilight Zone event to include screenings and pop culture debate marking 50th Anniversary of cult series

October 2nd, 2009 marks the 50th Anniversary of Rod Serling’s sci-fi classic show The Twilight Zone, which almost single-handedly triggered the inclusion of the television sci-fi genre into the pop culture lexicon. On that night, illustrator, author and Twilight Zone scholar Arlen Schumer will be hosting a multimedia presentation called The Twilight Zone Forever at …
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Cult Cinema Icons ready to explore

The DVD store has a fun new section called Cult Cinema Icons. It features film collections of actors, directors, writers and producers, that have created “cult” favorites of genre cinema, particularly in the action, adventure, horror and sci-fi genres. Along with obvious choices like Clint Eastwood, Bruce Lee, Charles Bronson, Sonny Chiba, Quentin Tarantino and …
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A New Dirty Dozen From Warner Brothers

According to a report by Variety, Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow will co-finance a remake of The Dirty Dozen, the 1967 action flick that starred Lee Marvin as a major who conscripts twelve condemned soldier-prisoners for a dangerous mission in WWII. Joel Silver will produce with Susan Downey. The original Dirty Dozen included Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson, Jim Brown, John Cassavetes, Richard Jaeckel, George Kennedy, …
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