Dec 31

5 Silent Movies That Are Great To Watch Even Today

Guest blog by film enthusiast Craig Hunter. Cinema has come a long way, making it easy to overlook the importance of silent movies in cinematic history. These movies compensate for the lack of dialogue by using over-the-top expressions and a slower pace that requires greater concentration. In some movies, these elements help to build up […]

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Dec 30

TCM Club Holiday Gathering 2023

HERE’S A WRITE-UP ABOUT THE GATHERING FROM ORGANIZER AND TCMC CO-LEADER SHARON I have to admit it! When the Fall Season comes along, I secretly get very excited knowing that in December our TCM Club will have their annual holiday get-together. Again this year gloriously hosted by club member Jane and husband Jim. Jane has a mesmerizing […]

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Nov 21

TCM Club October 2023 Meeting

Our Triangle Classic Movie Club met on Sunday, October 22, 2023 for the Fathom Big Screen Classics 60th Anniversary screening of The Birds (1963), starring “Tippi” Hendren and Rod Taylor. Afterwards, club members indulged in “coffee and” at Panera Bread to discuss and enjoy a fun, robust critique of The Birds. Using a “now vs. then” approach […]

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Nov 20

10 Must-Watch Alfred Hitchcock Classic Movies

Guest blog by film enthusiast Craig Hunter. Making more than 50 movies over that many years, Alfred Hitchcock earned himself the status of cinema icon and an eternal place as the preeminent master of suspense. Just like a close NFL game, Hitchcock’s films keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. […]

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Sep 20

9 Classic Movies that Depict World War II

Guest blog by film enthusiast Craig Hunter. World War II impacted people around the world, making an indelible mark in history. It inspired a long list of popular movies revolving around this pivotal moment in time. Many of these classic movies have both thrilled and educated movie enthusiasts, including films produced while the war was […]

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May 22

Exclusive Interview with Laurence Braunberger: Martin Roumagnac Restoration Project

Rarely-seen French film noir classic Martin Roumagnac (American title The Room Upstairs), a 1946 film by Georges Lacombe, is now available in a 4K restoration. Starring Marlene Dietrich opposite her real-life lover Jean Gabin, Martin Roumagnac is the only movie these two icons ever made together. Lacombe’s tragic postwar romance is a tale of class […]

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Apr 30

TCM Club April 2023 Meeting

Our Triangle TCMC members met virtually Sunday, April 2 and pondered over our favorite Springtime/Easter movies. As usual for our group, this was not a cut and dry subject. Aside from the standard movies made specifically for Easter, our knowledgeable group members discussed a variety of movies and remakes. HERE’S A WRITE-UP ABOUT THE GATHERING […]

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Apr 16

TCMFF 2023: Red Carpet Roundup

Red carpet roundup photo gallery of hosts, stars and special guests from the TCM Classic Film Festival Hollywood 2023. TCM Classic Film Festival Hollywood 2023.

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Mar 26

TCM Club March 2023 Meeting

Our TCM Club met on March 5, 2023 at the Fathom Big Screen Classics 80th Anniversary screening of the one and only, Casablanca! Afterwards our group met at Panera Bread in Cary to discuss the film. We officially welcomed our new TCM Club member Andrea. Andrea brought her vast knowledge of classic movies to our discussion at Panera […]

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Mar 12

Notorious: Hers & His Perspectives

For the nineth installment in our 2023 Classic Couple Movie Challenge, we offer our take on Notorious (1946). We’ve returned to our journey with Peter Bogdanovich settled back into his recommendations. HERS Great cast, great director, great original screenplay. Film noir Notorious has it all. And it has, for me, a performance from Ingrid Bergman that, while it […]

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