Joan Crawford

Great Releases from Olive Films Are Available at $10 Each!

Johnny Guitar

For a limited time, the following titles from Olive Films are available for just $10! You’ll love these undisputed film classics at a popular price point! Take a look at some of the titles spanning from the 1930s to the…

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“The Thin Man” and “A Streetcar Named Desire” Are Among This Week’s Epic New Releases!

Wow. That’s pretty much the only word we can use to describe this week’s DVD and Blu-ray new releases. There’s a stunning amount of Hollywood heavy hitters that are now available, and if these weren’t exciting enough, other offerings include…

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“The Equalizer 2,” Classics From the Vaults, and Other New Releases!

Look, we get it. You are overwhelmed by holiday shopping and obligations right now. So why not let us lighten your load a bit by presenting this week’s new releases — a diverse range of titles that you either enjoy…

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“Solo: A Star Wars Story” and Other Out of This World New Releases

This week’s new releases fly into Hyperspace with the eagerly awaited DVD and Blu-ray release of the latest entry in the Star Wars saga, but there’s plenty of other offerings that are a bit more grounded as well. From engaging…

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Joan Crawford’s Western Classic: “Johnny Guitar”

Joan Crawford in a western? If that sounds incredulous, Ms.Crawford must have thought so, too, because it was not until 1954 that she starred in her first spurs-and-guns picture – Johnny Guitar. Unlike Barbara Stanwyck, Joan seemed out of place in the…

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This Week’s New Releases Include “Ocean’s 8,” a Clark Gable Classic, and Much More!

As the weather gets cooler and you find yourself spending more time at home, you’ll want to cozy up with a good movie or two. We’ve got you! Because right there is a golden age for DVD and Blu-ray releases,…

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The Warner Archive Collection Rescues Classic Films from Obscurity

The Warner Archive Collection presents rare and beloved films from throughout the history of cinema. (Often rescuing films from obscurity and introducing them to new audiences). Recently, Warner Archives has released a variety of titles on DVD for the first…

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