It's not news that Hollywood waited too long to confront Nazi Germany. It fell to the Little Tramp, Charlie Chaplin, to fire the first major broadside in 1940 with his hilarious satire The Great Dictator. By that time Paris had already fallen, and two years had passed since Kristallnacht, when the w ... More >>
If you're looking to relive television shows from the '70s through the '90s and profess your fandom for long-forgotten action heroes, this weekend offers a bevy of conventions to satisfy your inner geek.
The people rise up against the powerful, pre-Code noir style
In TCM’s new Bette Davis biodoc, the fierce icon makes a comeback
Up on Mount Wilson, Scenes from the night sky
James Whale -- Renaissance man
How Mr. Wasserman Changed Hollywood