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Movies and comics: From Ink to Film Part 2.

…In part 1, we looked at comic book pricing trends as they react to movie announcements. We also talked to the men behind two...

Saving Old Movies

Nothing lasts forever...just as your food turns rotton, your film is doing the same..slowly but surely it will fade. So, it's incredibly important to...

Eiji Tsuburaya and the Age of Giants

More articles by Phillip López Jiménez As a child of the 70s, I can't begin to tell you how much I loved getting home from school...

Uncovering and Restoring Victorian Films

Thanks to modern software, the movies of our past can now be apart of our present. This means that the old films that always...

Glossary Term: Film Noir

More glossary terms Film Noir : A French term meaning "black film," or film of the night, inspired by the cheap line of paperbacks about...

The Case of Disappearing Movies

How many times have you come home, poured yourself a frosty one, climbed into your favorite chair, flipped on Netflix and said to yourself...

VHS Care and Repair

Collectors know – it’s not just the product that makes something valuable – it’s also the packaging. The corners and edges of VHS tape...

Glossary Term: Director’s Cut

The Director’s Cut refers to an edited version of the film that represents the directors own edit. Director’s cuts are not generally released to the...

Horror films of the 70’s and 80’s

More articles by Phillip López Jiménez In the almost 150 years of cinema, there has been one genre that has frightened it's way to the top…the...

15 Movies to Get You Versed on Japan’s Legendary Film History

Japanese cinema is among the richest in the world. A list of the best Japanese movies could stand alongside of a list of the...

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Twelve Films for the Twelve Days of Christmas

More blogs by Phillip López Jiménez Ahhh, Christmas the time of goodwill, cheer, and pumpkin spice...yeah right. If you want to be cheery its best to...