A journey through movie history awaits you in this week’s overview of new releases, one that spans the star-driven motion pictures of the 1930s and ’40s through to the stunning computer-generated graphics of modern family films. As you browse these…Read more →
Cecil B. DeMille
“Spiral” and “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” Lead an Impressive Week of New Releases!
Although July is winding down, the same can’t be said for this month’s new releases. As you’ll see below, titles ranging from recent theatrical releases to classics from the Golden Age of Hollywood to TV season sets are now available….Read more →
“There’s Always Tomorrow” and More of This Week’s New Releases!
Classics to cult hits, art house favorites to TV season sets. There’s a potpourri of perfection when it comes to this week’s new Blu-ray and DVD titles. Take a look at what releases are now available. Your home video library…Read more →
Check Out Legendary Hollywood Favorites For Less
Happy Thursday! The weekend isn’t here quite yet, but we’re already thinking about what movies we will be checking out in the days ahead. Plenty of potential viewing ideas can be found in our current Loads of Legends for Less…Read more →
“Aladdin,” “John Wick: Chapter 3: Parabellum,” and More Magical New Releases!
Whoa. Some weeks there are so many new releases making their debut that it is mind-boggling. This is one of them. Whether you like contemporary stars like Will Smith and Keanu Reeves to classic Hollywood figures like John Wayne, there’s…Read more →
Guest Review: “The Greatest Show on Earth”
For Cecil B. DeMille there was no such thing as a regular feature film…it always had to be a spectacle. Circus films were a dime a dozen in the 1930s, but none of them really captured that thrill of seeing…Read more →
This Week In Film History, 10.02.11
October 5, 1956: Charlton Heston, as Moses, parts the Red Sea in Cecil B. DeMille‘s gargantuan remake of The Ten Commandments. October 6, 1927: The curtain opens on the “talkies” with Warner Bros.’ The Jazz Singer. Star Al Jolson says, “You ain’t heard…Read more →
Reap the Wild Wind (1942): Movie Review
A few weeks ago we asked you to tell us about your film favorites. Today, reader Gary Koca presents his views on the classic Reap the Wild Wind. Take it away, Gary!: How about this one? A great seafaring adventure…Read more →