This week’s new Blu-ray and DVD offerings are the perfect snapshot of the diversity of the moviegoing experience. Making their home video debuts this week are are assortment of favorites — both classic and contemporary — from the Warner Archive…Read more →
The Latest New Releases Include “Death on the Nile” and “Young Sheldon”
There’s mystery, excitement and comedy afoot in this week’s new releases! We’ve got fondly remembered Agatha Christie adaptations, TV comedy favorites, cult films, and so much more. September is upon us, and with it comes a brand new week of…Read more →
Four Funny Favorites Now Available from KL Studio Classics!
Kino Lorber’s Studio Classics line showcases contemporary favorites from the past couple of decades. The latest offerings from KL Studio Classics are the following titles: Legal Eagles Robert Redford, Debra Winger, and Daryl Hannah star in this comedy/drama that jabs…Read more →
“Ford V Ferrari” and “Guys and Dolls” Race to Blu-ray This Week
Post Awards season blues got you down? Not to worry! We’ve got an array of titles hitting Blu-ray and DVD this week that will satisfy your movie cravings. There’s the usual batch of recent theatrical offerings along with some TV…Read more →
“Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood” Leads This Week’s Star-Packed New Releases
We’re in the thick of holiday craziness right now. By this point you probably need a break, if only for a few hours, from the seasonal hustle and bustle. So why not take a few hours off and check out…Read more →
What’s Your Favorite Film Directed by Penny Marshall?
2018 has delivered another sad passing: Penny Marshall died yesterday at the age of 75 due to complications from diabetes. Best known for her work on the hilarious sitcom Laverne & Shirley, Marshall was a multi-talented performer and an underrated…Read more →
10@30: Ten Great Films Celebrating Their 30th Anniversary
1988 was a groundbreaking year for motion pictures. It was a time when inventive jaw-droppers rubbed shoulders with audience-pleasing dramas, and the art of special effects reached new heights. And it was 30 years ago. It seems impossible that so…Read more →
Talking Brave and Other Female Empowerment Favorites
A look at Female Empowerment Films starting with Pixar Studio’s Brave directed by Brenda Chapman. Also featured is The Princess and the Frog (2009), Whale Rider (2003), Alien from 1979,Read more →