Martin Landau

Before he broke out with "The Social Network," Hammer played the famous evangelist in a cheesy, homoerotic biopic that no one saw. It's a thing to behold.
The star made a late-career comeback with an Academy Award-winning performance in the 1994 film “Ed Wood.”
Academy Award nominated director, Atom Egoyan, joined me for the the most recent episode of The Dinner Party with Elysabeth Alfano. His film, Remember, is out this Friday nationally.
The Holocaust film Remember is set in the present. The thriller contains no flashbacks. It takes place entirely in North
There must be a day of reckoning and it can't be left up to fate. That's the premise of this extremely inventive geriatric revenge movie, which is the brainchild of casting director turned screenwriter Benjamin August.
Now that it's inevitable that Donald Trump will become the 45th (and Greatest-Ever) President of the United States (he's told us this many times, so we know it's true) it is very important that he picks a fabulous running mate. Someone who can contribute to a landslide victory this November. Donald wants to win "BIGLY"!
In Atom Egoyan's new feature, Remember, Christopher Plummer, more commonly seen as a German--think The Sound of Music--plays
--- Charles Lyonhart, Phoenicia, New York The Woodstock Film Festival wrapped Oct. 4 and the five-day event once again showcased
Every actor portraying Grandpa has proven exceptional in capturing a feature or essence, but I have my favorites, and I hope one day to see Grandpa portrayed in live theater.
In an extended and wide-ranging interview, we got a chance to discuss the length and breadth of Martin's career. In the course
For the better part of 30 years now, Hollywood has been harboring a secret. Something that threatens the prevailing public perception of one of the town's more talented filmmakers.
Whether the expansion to feature length and the addition of 3D goggles justify the nostalgia trip is something that Cinefantastique Online's Steve Biodrowski, Lawrence French, and I discuss at length in this week's review.
I'm not one who worships at the altar of Tim Burton, probably disliking his films as often as I am moved by them. But I fell hard for Frankenweenie, an extrapolation of a short film Burton made almost 30 years ago.
Best-selling author Mitch Albom brings star-studded cast to Royal Oak's Emagine to open his new movie. Read more on Royal
Pontecorvo's first feature film stars Jalil Lespert as Miloud (who was in his early twenties when he traveled to Bucharest
This week on Big Brother 11: the saga of Jeff/Sarumoron's fall.
Perhaps we can celebrate in the same spirit that inhabited that first Oscars at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in May 1929, just 5 months before the whole world slid into the economic abyss.