Summer is officially here, and along with the season the home video hits are heating up. This week, there’s an abundance of huge hits from the golden age of Hollywood taking the spotlight alongside of more recent offerings. Here’s a…Read more →
Restored Laurel & Hardy Comedies Kick Off This Week’s Fine New Releases!
There’s no finer mess than when Laurel and Hardy get together! The classic comedies featuring the pair have been restored, and lead off this week’s new releases. There’s also cult horror films, several Vanessa Redgrave movies, dramas, laugh-packed favorites, and…Read more →
The Movies Unlimited Exclusive “Action of the Tiger” and More New Releases!
Wow. In the ten years since Movies Unlimited began, there has never been a week as crammed with exciting new releases as this one. Starting with the title Action of the Tiger that is available exclusively from Movies Unlimited on…Read more →
“Deadpool 2” and More of This Week’s DVD and Blu-ray New Releases
This week’s new releases are highlighted by the latest installment from a sarcastic superhero franchise, plus several classics now made available via the Warner Archive Collection and the Criterion Collection. Regardless of what type of movies you enjoy, we think…Read more →
These Classics from the Golden Age of Hollywood Are Coming Soon!
Mark your calendars, because the weeks and months ahead are going to be packed with DVD and Blu-ray releases of vintage films that you are going to want to add to your home viewing libraries. Companies like KL Studio Classic,…Read more →
Get Illuminated By Busby Berkeley’s “Comet Over Broadway”
Comet Over Broadway is a 1938 drama directed by Busby Berkeley. Although the film somewhat subdues Berkeley’s trademark visual panache, it more than makes up for this shortcoming with a story that manages to be sudsy and thrilling all at…Read more →
Five Recent Releases You Might Have Missed
We get it. Life is busy. It seems every day is full of work and personal obligations. Given the fast pace of our society it’s only natural that some things are going to fall to the wayside. We can’t help…Read more →
This Week In Film History, 09.25.11
September 25, 1906: Winsor McCay’s Gertie the Dinosaur astounds audiences nationwide and will blaze new trails in the art of animation. September 30, 1919: While holding what he believed to be a prop bomb for a publicity photo, Harold Lloyd…Read more →
Movie Poll: What’s your favorite Busby Berkeley musical?
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