Happy (Long) Good Friday!

Q: What’s the best film to feature Good Friday in it’s title? A: “The Long Good Friday” of course! There WILL be a dedicated post to this classic at some point, but for now enjoy the trailer.  [I would be watching this tonight but a) I’ve neglected to buy the

They All Float Down Here….YES!

The original made-for-tv version was flawed in a great many ways (not the least of which was the fact that pretty much the entire second half sucked), but its still going to take an awful lot to top Tim Curry’s Pennywise…but based on this first trailer I am optimistic.

Where’s the Emperor of the North Pole???

I’m super excited that the Eastman Museum is doing a completely on film series on Ernest Borgnine (including one on 16mm!), and I’m super bummed that I won’t be going to any screenings (it is a bit of haul to up state NY).  And I’m also super, super bummed they

Taxi Driver 40th Redux

I just realized I haven’t be one a post on my Tribeca Film Festival experiences yet, but for now you too can enjoy one of them (at least if you’re reading this before October 19, 2016).  Fathom Events is screening Taxi Driver to celebrate its 40th, and they will also

Gene Wilder – 1933-2016

Today we lost one of The Greats, and I mean it.  “The Producers”, “Young Frankenstein”, “Blazing Saddles”…come on!  The world is a little less funny now that Mr Wilder is no longer with us.  To mark his passing The Langrick Film Forum plans to screen (in 16mm) “Young Frankenstein” later

The Pink Panther & A Shot in the Dark

Pink Panther Double Feature – LFF Members Only

We have a special double feature scheduled for this Friday at the Langrick Film Forum for members only: “The Pink Panther (1963)” and “A Shot in the Dark”.  Contact ScrodFilm if you’re interested in attending.  Pre-show start around 8:35PM with the first feature, “The Pink Panther”, beginning at 8:45.  There will

Equity (2016) – a short review

On Friday I made a last minute trip to the AMC to see a new film “Equity“, one which I really hadn’t heard anything about (I really should pay more attention when I go to the Tribeca Film Festival) but it looked promising (at least in comparison