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The Sea Wolf

Now restored to perfection, this genuine classic hasn’t been seen intact for way over sixty years. Michael Curtiz and Robert Rossen adapt Jack London’s suspenseful allegory in high style, with a superb quartet of actors doing some of their best work: Robinson, Garfield, Lupino and newcomer Alexander Knox.

The Sea Wolf

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Warner Archive Collection

1941 / B&W / 1:37 flat Academy / 100 min. uncut! / Street Date October 10, 2017 / available through the WBshop / 21.99

Starring: Edward G. Robinson, Alexander Knox, Ida Lupino, John Garfield, Gene Lockhart, Barry Fitzgerald. Stanley Ridges, David Bruce, Francis McDonald, Howard Da Silva, Frank Lackteen, Ralf Harolde

Cinematography: Sol Polito

Film Editor: George Amy

Art Direction: Anton Grot

Special Effects: Byron Haskin, Hans F. Koenekamp

Original Music: Erich Wolfgang Korngold

Written by Robert Rosson, from the novel by Jack London

Produced by Hal B. Wallis, Henry Blanke

Directed by Michael Curtiz

Chopping up films for television was once the
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'Criminal Minds' Recap: Why the New Agent Won't Ever Look at Suitcases the Same Way Again

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'Criminal Minds' Recap: Why the New Agent Won't Ever Look at Suitcases the Same Way Again
After a showdown with Mr. Scratch, the Bau has a lot of work to do to get back to any sort of normal. And in "To A Better Place," the team comes back from their six weeks leave ready to take on a new case. They work with new team member, Matt Simmons, to track down a killer who is leaving young woman folded up in suitcases.
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'Criminal Minds': Was the End of the Scratch Storyline Disappointing?

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'Criminal Minds': Was the End of the Scratch Storyline Disappointing?
Criminal Minds introduced fans to Mr. Scratch back in season 10, and while he may have only been in six episodes, his presence has been felt for many more episodes than that. Was the resolution of his storyline in the season 13 premiere worth the wait?

In some aspects, yes, it was satisfying to wrap it up. But it was lacking in others. Instead, we're left to think about his impact on the team when he's not there, when he is there and now when he's gone and if that is enough.
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Why the 'Criminal Minds' Season 13 Premiere Took the Easy Way out After the Car Crash Cliffhanger

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Why the 'Criminal Minds' Season 13 Premiere Took the Easy Way out After the Car Crash Cliffhanger
Criminal Minds ended season 12 with six members of the Bau -- Jj, Prentiss, Rossi, Tara, Luke and Stephen -- in a car crash, thanks to a trap set by Mr. Scratch, and not all of them survived. With a cliffhanger like that, in which most of the cast is put into a life-threatening situation, there have to be some sort of consequences. But were there enough?
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'Criminal Minds' Season 13 Premiere Recap: Prentiss' Nerve-Racking Visit with Mr. Scratch

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'Criminal Minds' Season 13 Premiere Recap: Prentiss' Nerve-Racking Visit with Mr. Scratch
Criminal Minds Season 12 ended with a (literal) crash...and a cliffhanger. A lot hangs in the balance for the Bau team in the season 13 premiere. How will the team make it out of the crash? Will they finally catch Mr. Scratch or will he get away ... again? And finally, how will things look for the future of the team?
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[Watch] 'Criminal Minds' Season 13 Premiere Sneak Peek: Garcia Enlists Simmons' Help to Find the Team

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[Watch] 'Criminal Minds' Season 13 Premiere Sneak Peek: Garcia Enlists Simmons' Help to Find the Team
Criminal Minds ended season 12 with quite the cliffhanger -- six team members (Prentiss, Rossi, Jj, Tara, Stephen and Luke) in SUVs that were put right in the path of an 18-wheeler, thanks to a trap left for them in the road -- and when season 13 begins, we're going to see the aftermath of that crash. Did everyone survive?

In the premiere, "Wheels Up," Agent Matt Simmons, from Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders' International Response Team, joins the Bau as they try to take down Mr. Scratch and save one of their own in the process.
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Vampyr (1932)

Of all the legendary early horror films Carl Theodor Dreyer’s vampire nightmare was once the most difficult to appreciate — until Criterion’s restoration of a mostly intact, un-mutilated full cut. Dreyer creates his fantasy according to his own rules — this pallid, claustrophobic horror is closer to Ordet than it is Dracula or Nosferatu.

Vampyr

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The Criterion Collection 437

1932 / Color / 1:19 Movietone Ap. / 73 min. / available through The Criterion Collection / Street Date October 3, 2017 / 39.95

Starring: Julian West (Baron Nicolas De Gunzberg), Maurice Schutz, Rena Mandel, Sybille Schmitz, Jan Hieronimko, Henriette Gérard.

Cinematography: Rudolph Maté

Art Direction: Hermann Warm

Film Editor: Tonka Taldy

Original Music: Wolfgang Zeller

Written by Carl Theodor Dreyer, Christen Jul from In a Glass Darkly by Sheridan Le Fanu

Produced by Carl Theodor Dreyer, Julian West

Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer

Carl Theodor Dreyer’s Vampyr is a tough row to hoe for horror fans, many of whom just
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Movie Review – Menashe (2017)

Menashe, 2017.

Directed by Joshua Z. Weinstein.

Starring Menashe Lustig and Ruben Niborski.

Synopsis:

Within Brooklyn’s ultra-orthodox Jewish community, a widower battles for custody of his son. A tender drama performed entirely in Yiddish, the film intimately explores the nature of faith and the price of parenthood.

Spoken primarily in Yiddish and subtitled in English, Menashe explores a closed off area of Hasidic Jews living in Brooklyn, New York (and was even filmed in secret there) attempting to maintain their conservative, and quite frankly occasionally backward, religious and livelihood beliefs. It’s a film where a woman nervously mentions that it is a negative thing that some people within the community are opening up to the idea of females driving, and while there is a slight bit of humor to be found laughing at the old stereotype of women being dangerous behind the wheel, it’s a scary thought that
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The Strain Season 4 Episode 4 Review – ‘New Horizons’

Martin Carr reviews the fourth episode of The Strain season 4…

Real menace can take any form. Understated, cold and calculating, supremely manipulative and smugly conceited are just a few traits which Richard Sammel has mastered. His theatricality in front of a make-up mirror, face offs against David Bradley’s Setrakian or subserviently grovelling before his leader, Sammel has flourished as Eichorst. Which is why his threats are chilling because his commitment and belief are absolute. Here is a man not to be reckoned with, not to be bargained with and never to be trusted. For more weeks than I care to mention Eichorst has taken a backseat, played second fiddle or received no screen time at all, but ‘New Horizons’ serves as a reminder of what Sammel brings to the role.

As plans begin gathering momentum it becomes clear that ‘The Master’ has something heinous in mind, which imply human battery farming,
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Jab Harry Met Sejal – A Subhash K Jha Review

If the flop-ridden Hindi film industry had its hopes pinned on the new Shah Rukh Khan starrer for salvation, then it’s time to unpin those hopes.

Imtiaz Ali’s eagerly awaited Jab Harry Met Sejal is a lengthy lumbering, baggy and pointless love story….as lengthy, lumbering, etc, as his earlier Tamasha where two grown-up individuals behaved like a bratty unpleasant couple on a reality-show pretending to be people they were not.

Just imagine if Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone met again in an exotic land and decided to play….ummm…. a cranky closet-misogynist tourist guide and a fast-taking vacuous but charming Gujarati tourist.

Fun, no?

Well, no. Not really. Shah Rukh’s Harry with his unabashed cheesiness and ‘cheapness’ plays his part with an arrogant aplomb that seems borrowed from his superstar persona of Aryan Khanna in Maneesh Sharma’s Fan. Here is a man who will do what he wants,
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Criminal Minds' Adam Rodriguez Drops a Major Clue About the Hunt for Scratch

Will Season 13 be the lucky year the Bau finally catches Mr. Scratch on Criminal Minds?

The unsub has been at large since breaking out of prison in the Season 11 finale and has been one step ahead of the Bau since, targeting their family members and luring them into a trap in the Season 12 finale

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Criminal Minds: Damon Gupton Out, Two Series Vets Remain in Limbo

Criminal Minds: Damon Gupton Out, Two Series Vets Remain in Limbo
Criminal Minds cast shake-up, Part 2?

Sources confirm for TVLine that due to creative changes at the long-running CBS crime drama, Damon Gupton will not be returning as Supervisory Special Agent Stephen Walker for Season 13. The actor’s departure, revealed via Twitter over the weekend, comes just 15 episodes after he was added to the cast in wake of Thomas Gibson’s controversial exit.

RelatedCBS Fall Premiere Dates: Big Bang, NCIS, S.W.A.T., Young Sheldon and More

In January, Criminal Minds boss Erica Messer told TVLine that adding Gupton amid so much existing cast churn — Gibson’s aforementioned exit came
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Should 'Criminal Minds' Leave Scratch Around for Another Season?

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Should 'Criminal Minds' Leave Scratch Around for Another Season?
Criminal Minds left us with a cliffhanger in the season 12 finale for the first time since season 3. And it was all about the show's antagonist, Mr. Scratch, who has been taunting the Bau team for years. At this point, even though Mr. Scratch is clearly good at what he does, as he's able to slip through the cracks way too many times -- especially considering he's up against a team of the best -- it's time for him to go.
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Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Xander Double Crosses Deimos

Days of Our Lives spoilers tell us things are getting even crazier than usual on this hit show. We will see Chad all upset in Greece when he gets the notification from his wife that she’s filed for divorce. Imagine his surprise when it takes him all of three more minutes to bump into Gabi, who is there to stop him from getting the amulet he already has and lied to his brother about. What a coincidence, right? They are going to chat about it, and Gabi will find herself in an awkward situation. Here is a man she loves

Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Xander Double Crosses Deimos
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Why Everything Reid Went Through in 'Criminal Minds' Season 12 Could Make Him Stronger

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Why Everything Reid Went Through in 'Criminal Minds' Season 12 Could Make Him Stronger
Criminal Minds season 12 was a tough year for Dr. Spencer Reid. He took a bit of time off to help his mother and even brought her home to live with him, at which point he had to balance that with work. He did what he felt he had to do to help Diana and ended up in prison after being framed for murder.

He had to do things he wouldn't have thought of doing before to stay alive while behind bars. And he learned that the one behind his suffering wasn't Mr. Scratch, as they all assumed, but Cat Adams, working from her own prison with someone he only briefly encountered years ago.
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'Criminal Minds' Season 12 Finale Recap: Reid Faces Off Against Cat, But What Does Scratch Have Up His Sleeve?

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'Criminal Minds' Season 12 Finale Recap: Reid Faces Off Against Cat, But What Does Scratch Have Up His Sleeve?
Yes, Cat Adams is a psychopath and has put Reid through hell, but Matthew Gray Gubler and Aubrey Plaza play off one another so well it's impossible not to hope to see her in the future, and as great as they were in "Entropy," that has nothing on how spectacular they are in this Criminal Minds episode.

The season 12 finale, "Red Light," sees the team working to save Diana Reid from Lindsey Vaughn, who has been working with Cat, not Mr. Scratch, as they all thought, but that doesn't mean that Peter Lewis' presence isn't still felt. Well, it's at least likely he's behind what brings Morgan back (briefly) to his old workplace.  
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Shemar Moore: Who is actor who plays Derek Morgan on Criminal Minds?

This week’s Criminal Minds season finale sees actor Shemar Moore make his big return as Derek Morgan. The episode, titled Red Light, sees Morgan come to the team with a lead which could possibly help catch the elusive fugitive Mr. Scratch, who has been taunting the team all season. Shemar is a familiar face to Criminal Minds fans, having played the same role on the CBS series from 2005 to 2016. The last episode he appeared in was 2016’s A Beautiful Distaster. But what else has he been in? And do you recognize him from other roles where he hasn’t had...read more
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