As summer heats up, so do the new releases! We’ve got a brand new batch of great Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD titles now available that you’ll want to add to your physical media collections. So take a few…Read more →
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“The Matrix Resurrections,” “Coming 2 America” and More New Releases!
Welcome to this week’s overview of new releases. We think you’ll love the assortment of titles that are making their home video debut. So take a few minutes and check out this list of the now available movies and TV…Read more →
Poll: What’s Your Favorite Star Wars Movie?
Since today is May 4th (as in “May the Fourth Be With You”) we wanted to give you the opportunity to once again vote for your favorite movie set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Which…Read more →
Check Out Legendary Hollywood Favorites For Less
Happy Thursday! The weekend isn’t here quite yet, but we’re already thinking about what movies we will be checking out in the days ahead. Plenty of potential viewing ideas can be found in our current Loads of Legends for Less…Read more →
There’s Plenty of New Releases Worth Seeing, Including “The Invisible Man”
It’s fitting that the summer is unofficially underway, as the new releases are heating up. Cult flicks, recent theatrical efforts, and classics from the golden age of Hollywood are all showcased this week. Take a look at what releases you’ll…Read more →
A Cinematic Home Run: 25 Years of “The Sandlot”
Since we were discussing cult movies earlier this week, we thought we’d take a moment and discuss one of the most under-the-radar cult flicks in recent memory: The Sandlot. With a cast consisting largely of unknowns (save for James Earl…Read more →
“Coming to America” Turns 30!
It was on this weekend on 1988 that the Eddie Murphy comedy Coming to America first hit theaters! Directed by John Landis (Trading Places, An American Werewolf in London) this charming classic stars Murphy as Akeem Joffer, the young prince…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 →