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Welcome to Silver Screen Videos, the sterling standard in entertainment. We provide the latest word in movie and entertainment news, reviews, and commentary, along with an extensive selection of distinctive merchandise from our friends and sponsors. We've been reviewing and analyzing movies for over thirty years, and we'll provide you with a unique perspective on current movies, ongoing trends, and important issues in the film and entertainment industry. There's new content every week at Silver Screen Videos, so you'll want to check back with us often. We're especially pleased to announce that our new blog, Silver Screen Central, is now operational, and offers you, our readers, the opportunity to join the entertainment conversation. For now, we hope you'll look around, enjoy the site, and spread the word.


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Her Last Move
We are currently participating in the blog tour for Her Last Move, the latest thriller by best-selling author John Marrs. My thanks to Emma Welton of Damp Pebbles, who asked me to take part in this tour.

Her Last Move




Viola Davis
Photo: Disney - ABC Television Group

This week, we have reviews of the newest version of Viola Davis headlining a talented ensemble cast in the heist thriller, Widows, Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone in the boxing sequel, Creed II, Lucas Hedges as a young man undergoing gay conversion therapy in Boy Erased, and the newest version of the tale of the legendary hero, Robin Hood, all at Silver Screen Cinema.



Sherlock Homes
Drawing: Frederic Dorr Steele

Sherlock Holmes has been around since Thomas Edison patented the first motion picture projector, and Holmes and the movies have had close ties ever since. A recent court decision has major implications for future Holmes movies, as well as for projects involving other popular literary characters, as we discuss at Silver Screen Select.

Benedict Cumberbatch
Photo: GabboT

The Toronto Film Festival features the debut of many year-end Oscar hopefuls. We feature press conferences for two biographical dramas with formidable acting pedigrees, Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour and Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon as Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse in The Current War. For those interested in upcoming movies, we've also got new trailers for two new films, The Favourite and The Possession of Hannah Grace, all in the Silver Screen Report.

Eva Rinaldi
Photo: Eva Rinaldi

For daily comments on the entertainment world and lively discussions of what's hot and what's not, check out our blog, Silver Screen Central. This week, we look at the best connected man in Hollywood, Eric Roberts.

Aaron Frale - Orion

A man who dies a horrible death in combat keeps reliving the last few hours of his life over and over until he figures out how to survive. No, this isn't Tom Cruise in Edge of Tomorrow or even Bill Murray in Groundhog Day. Compared to the hero of Aaron Frale's new novel, Orion, Cruise and Murray were mere amateurs. Frale's hero has to relive dozens of past lives hundreds of times until he figures them all out. This inventive story is our feature recommendation in the Silver Screen Store



For video fans, we also have special limited editions of the 25th Anniversay Jurassic Park collection, including all four earlier films in the series, and the complete series of The Equalizer television show, both featured in the Silver Screen Store.



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