SCREEN > THE SIX PACK

By Matt Prigge

Six Long-Running Film Franchises

One of them concerns James Bond, a shape-shifting functioning alcoholic, recreational fucker and final, 
delusional symbol of world dominance from a shrunken 
empire.

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Posted Feb. 20, 2013 | Comments: 1

SCREEN > THE SIX PACK

By Matt Prigge

Six Perfectly Acceptable, 
If Hardly Brilliant, Final Films 
From Great Directors

Alfred Hitchcock’s swan song was not meant to be one: Failing health forced him to abandon the spy thriller The Short Night in the preliminary stage.

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Posted Feb. 13, 2013 | Comments: 0

SCREEN > THE SIX PACK

By Matt Prigge

Six Directors Who Prematurely 
Retired

Far more than "A Hard Day’s Night," terminally underrated Philadelphia native Richard Lester called it quits at 57. Unfailingly modest and self-effacing, he rarely does interviews, nor takes part in retrospectives.

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Posted Feb. 6, 2013 | Comments: 0

SCREEN > THE SIX PACK

By Matt Prigge

Six Horror Films Starring Established Actresses

Fresh off her first Oscar nomination for "Atlantic City," Susan Sarandon wound up in Tony Scott’s "The Hunger," getting it on and sucking blood alongside Catherine Deneuve.


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Posted Jan. 30, 2013 | Comments: 1

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