As the summer heat rages on, new DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD releases will help keep things cool. We think you’ll love the latest batch of new releases — everything from recent theatrical hits to classics making their high-definition…Read more →
Erich von Stroheim
Now Available: The Robert Redford Favorite “Jeremiah Johnson” and Other New Titles
The past meets the present in this week’s new releases. Leading things off is a 1972 classics, and the rest of the DVDs and Blu-rays that are now available leap back and forward in time from the 1930s to today….Read more →
Don’t Miss These Classics from the Warner Archive Collection!
The Warner Archive Collection is committed to bringing classics and forgotten favorites from all eras of Hollywood to DVD and Blu-ray. Here are ten recent Archive releases that you may have missed! Bad Day at Black Rock Shortly after World…Read more →
This Week In Film History, 12.04.11
December 7, 1919: Director/actor Erich von Stroheim, “The Man You Love to Hate,” makes his directorial debut with Blind Husbands. December 4, 1924: Greed, previewed in a nine-hour, 42-reel version earlier in the year, opens in a studio-mandated 10-reel cut…Read more →