Friday Flashback: THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY

January 9, 2009

In 1903, The Great Train Robbery, a (by today’s standards) short, twelve-minute film from Thomas Edison’s Edison Films production company would forever transform motion pictures from curious novelty to the emerging art form of the [click for more]

TCM’s Tribute To The Departed Of 2008

January 5, 2009

Besides being the best cable outlet for classic films, Turner Classic Movies has always been conscious of the history surrounding these great movies. Unfortunately, that means taking time out to remember those great moviemakers, be [click for more]

Beware! BlobFest Is Coming!

January 5, 2009

If you haven’t been to BlobFest, the annual celebration of the classic 1958 monster movie in the Philadelphia suburbs where the film was shot, you’re missing out on one of the funest film events of [click for more]

Hugh Hefner- Film Buff

January 4, 2009

When a young Hugh Hefner was looking at getting into the magazine publishing business, he had narrowed down the possible subject matter for his magazine to two ideas- one was a sophistacated gentlemen’s magazine and [click for more]

Christmas Cartoon: THE SNOWMAN

December 24, 2008

Tomorrow sees the release of Valkyrie, director Bryan Singer’s thriller about a real life plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler planned by some of his own Third Reich officers. Granted, the film is probably not the [click for more]

This is The End…

November 25, 2008

No, not the end of FilmBuffOnLine, but a collection of end title cards from various films that is being put together over on Flickr. There are already over 100 different ways letting audiences know that [click for more]

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