A top-notch release that will hopefully continue its rising reputation as a masterpiece of idiosyncratic stealth cinema.
Leo McCarey's sociopolitical hysterectomy finally hits home video in a Blu-ray that appears downright ashamed of its contents.
Murder, in Joseph Losey’s The Prowler, is the continuation of sex by other means.
The older 3:10 to Yuma harkens back to a time when westerns were westerns, with their own assumed moral systems and thematic boilerplate.
Van Heflin never became a big star because he was too honest an actor.
A sturdy genre piece, 3:10 to Yuma is not Delmer Daves’s best western, but remains a solid ride up to its climax.