Horror Rod Lott
Sick of creating innovative tricks only to see someone else take credit
for it, inventor Don Gallico (Vincent Price) decides to try his hand at
performing live magic as Gallico the Great, aka The Mad Magician.
Comedy Rod Lott
In tacking the word “fast” onto each of these three comedy-minded mysteries, MGM
wasn’t joking. Not only are the running times of the films brief, but
its lead characters rattle through their dialogue like a teenager to
Thriller Rod Lott
Despite how Warner Archive has branded it, 1963’s FBI Code 98 is not — repeat: not
— film noir. All film noir is crime, but not all crime is film noir.
That vaulted subgenre requires darkness, whereas this feature is so
light and breezy, it’s practically a recruiting tool for the federal
agency. It even has its own marching music.
A local group works to save mid-century modern architecture.
Features Angela Botzer
As you drive around the Oklahoma City metro area, in the corner of your
eye, you spot a building that looks like a spaceship. A few blocks away,
another structure resembling a flying saucer looms.