Jan 15, 2014
Filmmaker Megumi Nishikura at Sarratt Tonight for Start of International Lens Series
Vanderbilt's International Lens film series has become a safety net for movies that might have slipped through the cracks of Nashville's commercial theaters.
San Juan Islander
World War II and Korean War Movies
In honor of veteran's day, Monday, November 11, Robert has assembled a list of five films about World War II and the Korean War.
Stars and Stripes
With Korea again in the news, war veteran remembers one of its bloodiest battles
Army 2nd Lt. Dean Engel and his platoon sergeant stood over the headless body of a Chinese soldier on a raised piece of Korean countryside named for its physical resemblance to a pork chop.
Actor Martin Landau gets animated in 'Frankenweenie'
In 1988, Martin Landau and his daughter Susie drove to Westwood to see a new movie called "Beetlejuice." When they returned to the parking lot, Landau leaned on the hood of his car and made a bold prediction: "I'm not familiar with that director, but I'm going to work with him one day." Six years later, Landau did indeed work with that director, ... (more)
Vets Message To Tachi Palace: Change The Restaurant's Name
A military veteran claims the Tachi Palace Casino has gone too far by naming one of its' restaurants "Pork Chop Hill Buffet." Gerald McCarney says it's a slight to Korean War Veterans.