Physical media forever! Those words ring loud and true for fans of DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD releases, all of whom love adding to their home media libraries. This week’s new releases include a documentary tribute to such individuals,…Read more →
George C. Scott
“Soul” and “News of the World” Are Among the Latest Blu-ray and DVD Releases
This week’s batch of new releases include everything from family-friendly hits to world cinema classics. We think you’ll agree that right now is an amazing time to be an entertainment lover, and these film and TV hits will become a…Read more →
Check Out These 1970s Film Favorites From Kino Lorber Studios!
Kino Lorber Studios have just made three fantastic flicks from the sensational seventies available on DVD and Blu-ray with new special features that make each of these an unmissable cinematic treat. Here then is a hat trick of 1970s film…Read more →
“Captain Marvel” and Other Super New Blu-ray and DVD Releases
Further, faster, higher. Led by Captain Marvel, that’s exactly where this week’s new releases will take you. Although it’s still not technically summer, the rising temperatures and longer days mean that you’ll want to get inside to enjoy some air…Read more →
“Life of The Party,” “Never So Few,” “The Day After,” and More New Releases
So far, August isn’t joking around. We are only in the second week of the month and there are so many great vintage and recent theatrical films making their DVD and/or Blu-ray debut this week that it is mind-boggling. Looking…Read more →
The MovieFanFare 2017 Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts For Everyone On Your List!
We hope you had an amazing Thanksgiving! Now we realize that many of you are suffering from turkey hangovers this morning and coping with the realization that the holidays are now officially here. But fear not, we have got you…Read more →
George C. Scott’s Rage
George C. Scott’s character turns to “Rage” when his government lies to him. Read on to see why the star/director’s brutally dark 1972 movie speaks to us right now.Read more →
What’s George C. Scott’s Best Non-“Patton” Film Performance?
Fans of the acclaimed “Patton” actor can sound off about George C. Scott’s other film roles in this week’s poll.Read more →
This Week In Film History, 03.04.12
March 10, 1910: D.W. Griffith launches the Hollywood film industry with In Old California, the first film to be made in the new municipality. March 5, 1919: Pioneering black producer/director Oscar Micheaux releases his first film, The Homesteader. March 5,…Read more →
Your Questions Answered on Dick Powell, Susan Hayward Favorites
Q: There is an old Dick Powell movie called You Never Can Tell, with Dick as a murdered dog reincarnated as a human to find his murderer. The movie was also known as One Never Knows. I would love to…Read more →