Peter Lorre

To American moviegoers who grew up with black-and-white thrillers from the 1940s-’60s—and those who learned to love them watching vintage film channels on TCM—the names Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet are magic. American audiences probab... Read more

A&E Feature

Dying of cancer, Nobel Prize-winning psychiatrist Nathaniel Shellner (Judd Hirsch) celebrates his final birthday with his family in a house with many memories in Altered Minds. Read more

Home Movies

'Tales of Terror' (1962), out on Blu-ray, is trilogy sprung awkwardly to life from the pages of Edgar Allan Poe. Director Roger Corman recruited Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Basil Rathbone. Read more

Home Movies

Much of the Casablanca crew regrouped for Rope of Sand (1949). While the magic (and Humphrey Bogart) were missing, it’s a well-made effort in classic Hollywood style. Read more

Home Movies

Red Skelton emerged from behind the stagecurtain and burst into laughter at his own silliness. He couldn’t help himself,and neither could audiences. Skelton was a rubber-faced clown who sometimesplayed clowns on his long-running TV show. But h.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

Social Network: A group of health advocates clustered at Thief Wine in the Milwaukee Public Market to pre-function before heading upstairs for the Wisconsin Community Fund’s celebration of 27 years of “change, not charity.” Among them we Read more

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