The second feature film (following A Boy Named Charlie Brown) based on Charles Schulz‘s timeless Peanuts characters), Snoopy, Come Home is another fun-filled flick for the whole family. This time around, Snoopy and his bird pal Woodstock (who debuted in…Read more →
Monthly Archives: July 2020
Create-A-Caption: Weird Science
For our latest Create-A-Caption tribute to the movies of 1985, we’re focusing on Weird Science. Written and directed by John Hughes, the movie is that rare mix of crowdpleaser, box office hit and critical success. Tired of being shot down…Read more →
Poll: Who’s Your Favorite Character in Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse?
With the recent release of Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, writer/director/actor Kevin Smith has returned to the View Askewniverse (named after his production company and originally began in 1994’s Clerks) that made him famous. For this latest poll, we want…Read more →
The Kevin Bacon Chiller “You Should Have Left” and More New Releases
Spanning over 100 years of film history, the titles showcased in this week’s new releases features incredible movies anchored by compelling performances from Hollywood heavyweights. Take a look at what new releases are now available. You Should Have Left (2020)…Read more →
Happy 80th Birthday to Bugs Bunny!
It was 80 years ago today that everybody’s favorite wascaly wabbit Bugs Bunny made his debut in the 1938 Merrie Melodies, a companion to Looney Tunes, short A Wild Hare. Directed by animation legend Fred “Tex” Avery and featuring the…Read more →
Olivia de Havilland: The Adventures of Maid Marian
Olivia de Havilland, the elegantly pretty, doe-eyed brunette, made a transformative impact upon Hollywood’s golden era for the range, skill and confidence of her performances as well as forever changing the landscape for performers’ legal rights…Read more →
ICYMI: Check Out Our Digital Catalog for July!
We want to take a moment and point you in the direction of our Digital Catalog for this month! This 100-page Summer Special features incredible deals on numerous titles, and features a special focus on contemporary and classic TV hits….Read more →
Poll: What’s Your Favorite Noah Baumbach Film?
Bursting onto the scene with 1995’s hilarious examination of post-collegiate ennui Kicking and Screaming, writer/director Noah Baumbach is an engaging creative voice in indie cinema. After earning an Academy Award nomination for his work on 2005’s divorce drama The Squid…Read more →
Guest Review: The Unsettling Horror Film “The Eyes of My Mother”
In this guest post, Jim Brymer reviews the chilling cult horror film The Eyes of My Mother.: This is one bizarre movie to say the least. Its sort of “art house horror.” In fact one reviewer I read described it…Read more →
“Scoob!” and Other Doggone Great New Releases
July may be approaching the finish line, but there’s a marathon of Blu-ray and DVDs being released before this month ends! This week’s new offerings include everything from Scooby-Doo’s delightful latest adventure to Hollywood classics. Browse the titles that are…Read more →