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Great Releases from Olive Films Are Available at $10 Each!

Johnny Guitar

For a limited time, the following titles from Olive Films are available for just $10! You’ll love these undisputed film classics at a popular price point! Take a look at some of the titles spanning from the 1930s to the…

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“Doctor Sleep” Kicks Off a Thrilling Week of New Releases!

Cause this is thriller! Sorry, but the new Blu-rays and DVDs that are now available are really something to sing about. Check out the following titles that you’ll want to add to your video library! Doctor Sleep (2019) Director Mike…

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“Angel Has Fallen” and More New Releases to Be Thankful For

The holiday season is officially underway! And we’ve got a stellar rundown of new Blu-rays and DVDs that you’ll definitely be thankful for. Check out the great titles that are now available! Angel Has Fallen (2019) With the physical wear…

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Five Fun Facts About “The Poseidon Adventure”

My personal favorite “disaster film” is 1972’s The Poseidon Adventure. This ensemble drama whose cast includes Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Roddy McDowall, Shelley Winters, and Stella Stevens (among many others), was adapted from Paul Gallico’s novel of the same name….

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’70s Flashback: “The Poseidon Adventure” Is Anything But A Disaster

“There’s got to be a morning after. If we can hold on through the night…” Released in 1972, The Poseidon Adventure helped launch the disaster film genre that dominated the decade. It was a brilliant idea really, bring together an…

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Create-A-Caption: The Poseidon Adventure

Because December 31st is crucial to its plot, The Poseidon Adventure was an obvious choice for our last Create-A-Caption of 2018. A New Year’s Eve party on a luxury ocean liner is literally turned upside-down when a tidal wave capsizes…

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“The Equalizer 2,” Classics From the Vaults, and Other New Releases!

Look, we get it. You are overwhelmed by holiday shopping and obligations right now. So why not let us lighten your load a bit by presenting this week’s new releases — a diverse range of titles that you either enjoy…

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Joan Crawford’s Western Classic: “Johnny Guitar”

Joan Crawford in a western? If that sounds incredulous, Ms.Crawford must have thought so, too, because it was not until 1954 that she starred in her first spurs-and-guns picture – Johnny Guitar. Unlike Barbara Stanwyck, Joan seemed out of place in the…

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