Gene Tierney

Classics for Comfort: Five Favorite Comfort Films

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Just what is a “comfort film”? Is it a film you turn to for merriment? Is it a film that allows you to cry freely, or is it a film that brings to mind old and cherished memories? For as…

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New Releases Now Available Include “1917” and “Leave Her to Heaven”

It’s Tuesday again, which means that the time has come for another overview of the latest titles to hit Blu-ray and DVD! And what an assortment we’ve got for you now. From a recent Oscar-nominated fave to the farewell season…

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Check Out the Suspense and Intrigue of Our Fall Film Noir Sale

It doesn’t have to be a dark and stormy night to enjoy a film noir classic (but it sure helps). Maybe its how the air is getting chilly and the days are getting shorter, but there’s something about watching suspense…

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Grab These Golden Age Favorites from the 1930s-’50s!

When people talk about the Golden Age of Hollywood, they are most often referring to the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s. These decades gave audiences films that changed the world, and stars — including Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe, and James Dean…

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Guest Review: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

“Haunted…..how perfectly fascinating!” Recently widowed Lucy Muir has left her London lodgings – and her in-laws – to come to White Cliff-on-the-sea with her daughter and loyal housemaid. There, situated atop a lovely coastal cliff, she finds her ideal home….Gull…

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Ernst Lubitsch’s “Heaven Can Wait” Gets a Deluxe Edition Via the Criterion Collection

Based on a play from Leslie Bush-Fekete, 1943’s Heaven Can Wait is a majestic technicolor affair from acclaimed director Ernst Lubitsch (Ninotchka, A Royal Scandal). In the film, Don Ameche shines as newly deceased womanizer Henry Van Cleve. Convinced that…

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