DVDbeaver review of Loophole is up: link. The transfer looks quite strong.
Movie Memories (05-12-2013)
New Columbia Film Noir set coming:
Columbia Film Noir Classics series through the TCM Vault Collection, has scheduled a fourth volume for release on Aug. 6. The titles are Joseph H. Lewis' "So Dark the Night'' (1946) with Steven Geray; Robert Rossen's "Johnny O'Clock'' (1947) starring Dick Powell and Lee J. Cobb; Gordon Douglas' "Walk a Crooked Mile'' (1948) starring Dennis O'Keefe and Raymond Burr; Douglas' "Between Midnight and Dawn'' (1950) with Edmund O'Brien and Mark stevens; and Alfred Werker's "Walk East oN Beacon!'' (1952) starring George Murphy. Such niceties as commentary tracks disappeared with retail DVDs, but Martin Scorsese is back with an introduction on behalf of The Film Foundation
From Lou Lumenick blog
Not trying to spark any kind of feuds here on this site... I actively read many posts made by folks here, even if I rarely participate myself.
But the above comment by Nighthawk has spurred my curiosity. The Film Noir Classic IV post was reported earlier, true... and then another member posted about it again, yesterday. Aside from that comment being redundant, is there any particular reason why someone should feel it necessary to point that out? Is there a rule on this site that whoever first reports about Noir news gets a monopoly on it...and anyone else who may have missed their annoucement should be dismissed, instead of being thanked for their effort? Or at the very least.... perhaps just ignore the post, instead of announcing their tardiness to the conversation.
Last edited by Nighthawk; 05-15-2013 at 02:50 PM.
The other post was on the previous page, must have missed it.
I feel so ashamed.
I shall crawl into a cave and die! JK!
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