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The Grey Fox (1982)

Stuntman turned bit player turned supporting actor turned leading man, Richard Farnsworth starred in “The Grey Fox,” a Western for those who are not fans of Westerns.

Summer of Love (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Director Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson creates a lovely soul tapestry of performances, crowd reactions, attendees and musicians who were at the greatest concert event you never heard of and a history lesson of Harlem.

Criterion Collection: Essential Fellini

Matthew Socey says the new Criterion Collection of the Italian master's work is well worth the high ticket price.

Criterion Collection: Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema

Matthew Socey explores the Criterion Collection's gorgeous new issue, "Ingmar Bergman's Cinema."

Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits

Matthew Socey takes a look at the new Criterion Collection magnum opus: "Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits."

The Truth

Watching Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche work together for the first time is the highlight of this film, a welcome mid-summer palate cleanser.

The Devil’s Eye (1960)

"The Devil's Eye" is not top-shelf Bergman and it's not his silliest comedy.

Witchfinder General (1968)

WFYI's Matthew Socey looks back at this low-budget schlock gem starring Vincent Price in one of his best performances and the late Hilary Dwyer looking good in and out of corsets.