Horror Rod Lott
This past summer, only one movie featured Oklahoma City porn starlet
Ashlynn Brooke losing her top and then losing her top half. (Well, to my
knowledge, as I don’t watch porn.) That film was “Piranha 3D,” now on
Blu-ray, either in 3-D or 2-D formats.
It’s like watching 20 movies with all the boring parts cut out!
Documentary Rod Lott
Movie trailers can be found in the bonus screens of most DVDs. Rare is the case when the clips are the featured attraction, and a feature film is the extra — as in "Trailers from Hell! Volume Two."
Six bona fide movie classics are headed back to Cinemark Tinseltown.
One of my 10 favorite movies of all time, space and dimension, Jaws, is not only debuting on Blu-ray on Tuesday, but soon will re-surface on the big screen at Cinemark Tinseltown, 6001 Martin Luther King.
The supreme shark flick to end all shark flicks kicks off the Cinemark Fall Classic Series, which features digitally restored prints of half a dozen classic films, Oscar winners all. Each will play for one Thursday only, with showings at 2 and 7 p.m. Here’s the schedule:
• Jaws (1975), Aug. 23 • High Noon (1952), Aug. 30 • Doctor Zhivago (1965), Sept. 6 • Chinatown (1974), Sept. 13 • The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), Sept. 20 • The African Queen (1951), Sept. 27
Tickets are just $4-$6, and on sale now at cinemark.com. —Rod Lott
Thriller Rod Lott
What do you get when a prosecutor, a police officer, a journalist, an
accountant, a judge, a bodyguard, a paramedic and one unemployed junkie
skank are drugged, shackled and forced to play a game of survival
involving man-eating sharks? The Asylum Home Entertainment's Shark Week, not to be confused with the Discovery Channel programming people look forward to.
Comedy Rod Lott
All but dead, the drive-in movie once was at the forefront of
entertainment, as American as baseball, apple pie and Chevrolet. I can’t
think of a film that bottles that nostalgia better than Drive-In, an obscure comedy worth hunting down.