It’s an exciting week for new releases, as there a fantastic assortment of recent hits and archival classics that are making their Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD debuts. So take a minute to check out these film and TV…Read more →
The Movies Unlimited Exclusive “Tennessee Johnson” Leads An Exciting Week of New Releases
Wow. That’s the only word that can be used to describe this week’s batch of new DVD and Blu-ray releases. With just a little over a month until the holidays, the studios are unleashing a stunning amount of releases.(Seriously, this…Read more →
“The Angry Birds Movie 2” “The Big Bang Theory,” and Tons of Other New Releases!
Whoa. That’s the only word that comes to mind when describing the sheer quality and volume of Blu-rays and DVDs that are now available. With the holidays swiftly approaching you’ll want to stock up on these great new offerings! The…Read more →
“Aladdin,” “John Wick: Chapter 3: Parabellum,” and More Magical New Releases!
Whoa. Some weeks there are so many new releases making their debut that it is mind-boggling. This is one of them. Whether you like contemporary stars like Will Smith and Keanu Reeves to classic Hollywood figures like John Wayne, there’s…Read more →
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” and More of This Week’s New Releases!
In our post-Game of Thrones world, there’s a dragon void in pop culture. Fortunately, the family-friendly firebreathers of How to Train Your Dragon are here to step in with the final film in that franchise. Other worthwhile new titles include…Read more →
“Escape Room” and Hollywood Favorites Are Now Available!
This is an interesting week for Blu-ray and DVD releases, as the majority of titles hitting home video this week are archival classics from the likes of the Warner Archive Collection, the Criterion Collection, and the British Film Institute. There…Read more →
“Earthquake” Rumbles and Rattles!
Rumble…rumble. That’s the sound of Earthquake (1974), one of several big budget, all-star disaster movies made in the 1970s. Airport (1970) perfected the formula, but it was The Poseidon Adventure (1972) that inspired a dozen or so imitations (not counting the spoofs…Read more →
His Mother’s Son: Dean Martin in “The Sons of Katie Elder”
Dean Martin was a singer who successfully made the transition from singer to actor. For every success in this endeavor (like Mark Walberg), there are probably at least ½ dozen who proved that it wasn’t always easy. And some who…Read more →
Don’t Miss These Cult Classics from Vinegar Syndrome!
The Vinegar Syndrome label brings all sorts of cult classics, horror flicks, and exploitation gems to DVD and Blu-ray. By focusing on films outside of the mainstream, the company is able to showcase smaller works that are just as entertaining…Read more →