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Val Guest’s Thriller ‘Jigsaw’ Isn’t Cozy Agatha Christie Territory

Val Guest’s Thriller ‘Jigsaw’ Isn’t Cozy Agatha Christie Territory

Jigsaw‘s gritty tone flew in the face of commercial conventions and signaled, in the ’60s, that public discontents were coming for pop entertainment territory.

15 Classic Horror Films That Just Won’t Die

15 Classic Horror Films That Just Won’t Die

Those lucky enough to be warped by these 15 classic horror films, now available on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection and Kino Lorber, never got over them.

‘Expresso Bongo’ Is a 1959 Satire on the Music Industry with Contemporary Relevancy

A Newsroom in an Apocalypse: ‘The Day the Earth Caught Fire’