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Reviews of titles that we give at least a 3 / 5 rating.
Rare photos, "making of…" videos, and interviews.
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There are major changes coming to CineWeekly in the next few weeks. All columns will be completely timeless making the entire site relevant no matter when you're reading it. This means that the DVD / Blu Review column will be diminished to the sidebar only and replaced with our new weekly podcast. Our readership has grown exponentially and we'll be back on track with new articles in time for the anniversary in August and we thank you for your continued support.
Rumors and gossip have and never will be welcome at CineWeekly and I want to clarify up front that this article is in no way fictitious humor nor hearsay. It is 100% fact and has been confirmed by the people involved, including Jimmy Stewart himself. I have to say this because this week's article is on a topic that's so absurd that, without the credible sources I've listed, you wouldn't believe it. That being said, James Stewart was a Yeti hand smuggler and this is that story…
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The incredibly suspenseful plot of Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder begins with suave and colllected Tony (Ray Milland) cleverly revealing to Charles Swann (Anthony Dawson) that he is blackmailing him. Cutting to the chase, while Hitchcock still manages to leave us on the edge of our seats, Tony lays out his calculated plan for the perfect murder of his wife who is having a comprehensible affair with an old flame. Swann, a petty thief, begins to realize Tony's attention to detail, which is very…
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We are very proud to present the premier of the quintessential movie blog directory for readers and bloggers alike. We have called this community 'CineBloggers', after the people who write about movies because they love to and want to share their ideas and discussions with eager readers looking for a unique voice. Now, for absolutely free, you can discover new blogs and promote your own site without scouring the internet for hours.
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Queue-riosities returns but if I were you, I'd jump straight to the House on Haunted Hill behind-the-scenes pictures. It's one of our favorite movies of all time and we'll be more than happy to feature it in any way we can in future articles. Following our formula for highlighting movies that are neglected on other sites, we bring you a review of one of the greatest 1980's sci-fi and action movies headlining the iconic Snake Plissken. You won't find these topics anywhere else.
Lots of exciting things are happening here at CineWeekly and we're bringing you some of our exclusives in this latest issue. Rare behind-the-scenes photos of James Dean with prolific actors, a companion book review for an obscure (yet classic) sci-fi TV series, and more will satisfy your nostalgic cinematic craving. At least for the next week until we return with humorous images from easily the best haunted house movie ever.