BLACK HISTORY MONTH – WOODY STRODE & EDWARD JAMES

This February join MGM HD in celebrating Black History Month, highlighting the contributions of African-American actors to the legendary MGM library. “Pork Chop Hill” (1959), starring Gregory Peck, is the powerful true story about a one of the costliest battles of the Korean Conflict.  The movie showed the grim realities of war and depicted the […]

“I’M GONNA GIT YOU SUCKA”

Every Thursday night on MGM HD, celebrate the golden era of the video store with “VHS TV” a weekly double-feature of movies pulled from the shelves of the MGM library.  Movies from 1977 – 2006, when a night’s entertainment was waiting in the aisles of the local rental store at the nearest mini mall.  Now […]

BLACK HISTORY MONTH – OSSIE DAVIS

This February join MGM HD in celebrating Black History Month, highlighting the contributions of African-American actors to the legendary MGM library. Ossie Davis, perhaps best known as Da Mayor in Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” (1989), was one of the most versatile and prolific actors of the 20th century.  Originally intending to be a […]

BLACK HISTORY MONTH – STEVE JAMES

This February join MGM HD in celebrating Black History Month, highlighting the contributions of African-American actors to the legendary MGM library. Every genre has stand-out actors who, even if they do not become household-names, become fan-favorites.  Reliable character actors who are remarkable for the “something extra” they bring to a role, regardless the movie.  On […]

CULT CLASSICS – SHELLEY WINTERS

Shelley Winters was a larger-than-life actress and movie star who, during a career that spanned over 50 years and 130 films, played blonde bombshells, doting grandmothers and everything in between. Shelley Winters is our spotlight actress this month on “Cult Classics,” a weekly double-feature of B-movies, melodramas, and horror films curated from the MGM library […]