Classic Erich Maria Remarque anti-war epic about a German youth who eagerly fights for his country during World War I, but gradually becomes disenchanted when he sees death up close. Controversial Best Picture Academy Award winner!
Eight graves! Seven bodies!" screamed the ads, "One killer... and he's already dead!" Hollywood legends John Ireland (RED RIVER, SATAN'S CHEERLEADERS), John Carradine (THE GRAPES OF WRATH, VAMPIRE HOOKERS) and Howard Hughes' paramour Faith Domergue (CULT OF THE COBRA, THIS ISLAND EARTH) star this much-loved '70s shocker about a film crew shooting an occult drama in a sinister manor - actually the former Utah Governor's Mansion - with its own grisly history of family bloodshed. From its notoriously gruesome opening to the creepy zombie-attack climax, revisit the old-school favorite that Bloody Disgusting hails as "a classic Saturday afternoon 'Creature Feature' scare."
The writer Clifford Irving (Richard Gere) nearly pulled off one of the most audacious media scams in history, when his "autobiography" of Howard Hughes was published. Irving claimed the book was based on in-person interviews with the reclusive billionaire, which were in fact completely bogus.
This nearly flawless Jonathan Demme offbeat comedy tells the possibly true story of Melvin Dummar, an unusually fortunate Utah gas station attendant. Melvin is a nice guy, but he can barely hold down his job. One night he helps an old man who has had an accident in the desert; the man just might be Howard Hughes. Melvin, disbelieving, laughs it off. The event proves fortunate when the notorious loser discovers he has been named as the heir to Howard Hughes's fortune in the so-called Mormon Will.
The writer Clifford Irving nearly pulled off one of the most audacious media scams in history, when his "autobiography" of Howard Hughes was published. Irving claimed the book was based on in-person interviews with the reclusive billionaire, which were in fact completely bogus.
A feisty widowed single mom finds herself burdened with the full-time custody of her unpredictable 15-year-old ADHD son. As they struggle to make ends meet, Kyla, the peculiar new neighbor across the street, offers her help. Together, they find a new sense of balance, and hope is regained.
George Young, portfolio manager for the Villere Balanced Fund, names his favorite stocks including Sotheby's, Pool Corp. and Howard Hughes.
Xavier Dolan’s latest film, selected as Canada’s official Oscar® entry, centers on a mother’s tumultuous relationship with her teenage son after he returns home from a correctional facility.
Highlights of this day in history: President Harry Truman wins re-election in an upset; South Vietnam's Ngo Dinh Diem killed after coup; Howard Hughes flies his 'Spruce Goose'; Game show scandal rocks early TV; Singer k.d. lang born. (Nov. 2)
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, in partnership with the Huntington - USC Institute on California and the West, is pleased to present this major conference exploring the history of Hollywood and the film industry in the critical decades between World War I and World War II. In this video, Pat H. Broeske talks about Howard Hughes, his rise and fall.
Fruit flies look nothing like humans, but they respond to movements in their environment in much the same way as people, which is why Dmitri Chklovskii and Shinya Takemura from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute have spent the past four years studying their brain circuitry.
Former U.S. President Richard Nixon is born, Howard Hughes identifies fake biography, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin are the first humans to set foot on the moon, the Phantom of the Opera becomes the longest running Broadway show. (Jan. 9)
January 9th: Former U.S. President Richard Nixon is born, Howard Hughes identifies fake biography, Unmanned probe lands on moon, the Phantom of the Opera becomes the longest running Broadway show. (Jan. 9)
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