Sci-fi meets western in Joss Whedon’s short lived TV show “Firefly. In this special edition of Vintage Pick we take a look at the cult classic series ten years after its first and last season.
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Directed by horror king Brian De Palma, this week’s Vintage Pick is “Carrie” from 1976. Based on the novel by Master of Fright Stephen King, this supernatural flick is every prom-goer’s worst nightmare.
Tired of living in Kansas? Take a vacation to Paris circa the 1920’s in Alan Rudolph’s artistic masterpiece “The Moderns.”
Murder, love and madness clash in Kate Winslet’s acting debut “Heavenly Creatures.” Directed by Peter Jackson and based on the true story two teenage girls turned murderers.
Get ready to dance to some classic ‘80s hits, sit in detention and sing in a parade. In this special edition Vintage Pick we take you into the iconic world of John Hughes as we look at three of his films from the ‘80s: “Sixteen Candles,” “The Breakfast Club” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
Midway through the 70’s “Phantom of the Opera” was given a rock n’ roll twist. This week’s Vintage Pick is “Phantom of the Paradise” from 1974.
The Vintage Pick of the Week is 1987’s “Near Dark,” a vampire film to counteract all those glam-vamps stalking the theatres.
A&E’s Vintage Pick of the Week is “Heathers” from 1988, starring Winona Rider and Christian Slater.
A&E Section Editor Zoe Brian introduces you to the first segment of the new A&E Vintage Pick of the Week with “Valley Girl” from 1983