UTAH, MOVIES AND NEWS
In 1940, Alfred Hitchcock released his first American film which later won him his only Best Picture. Now, 80 years later and a few weeks from the Academy Awards, KSL Movie Classics takes a look back at that movie and some of the reasons it's still relevant today.
"It’s a Wonderful Life" is the perfect marriage of an author’s dream, a director’s deepest beliefs, and an actor who understood that George Bailey represents every person who feels lost or broken during the holidays.
"The Bride of Frankenstein" is a strange and beautifully designed horror masterpiece that has influenced some of the greatest directors in cinematic history.
It's been 50 years since the premiere of "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," and the movie is just as relevant as ever.
Somewhere after 1905 unveiled 5-cent Nickelodeons and before 1929 introduced the world to its first official Academy Awards, movie director D.W. Griffith had an idea.
What would happen, he likely wondered, if you were to take a controversial novel, an obscene amount of money (roughly $110,000 in 1915), a boatload of resentment, and fold that into a single, aggressively marketed summer
We recently covered the seven essential movies for film buffs before 1940, and now we're back with seven essential movies for film buffs currently streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime that are from 1941 to 1979.
Here are seven essential movies for film-buffs that are currently streaming on Netflix or Amazon Prime.
A few years back, my little family and I lived in Wellsville, UT.
It is a beautiful, miniature town with olde timey shoppes and calendar-worthy views to fit the seasons. The crime-rate is low, the people pleasant, and on the off chance some minor discrepancy demands another set of ears, well, Sheriff Andy Griffith walks the streets alongside an eager Deputy
A throwback review of the 1950's classic, "Harvey," starring James Stewart and the uncredited invisible white rabbit, Harvey.
Around this time every year, while people guilt themselves into gym memberships and yoga classes, I wonder why I haven't seen more movies from the Academy's Best Picture category.
Last year, I took a pretty good swing at remedying the issue. After a few months, I managed to fit in every winner over the last 50 years, but right around "Midnight