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Vintage Video: Siskel and Ebert Talk About 1985’s Worst Films

Pee-Wee's Big Adventure

Lately here on MovieFanFare, we’ve been spending some time looking at the films of 1985 as they celebrate their 35th anniversary this year. While flicks like Back to the Future and even George Romero‘s  zombie favorite Day of the Day…

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The Latest New Releases Include “Jaws,” “Watchmen,” and Many More!

Watchmen

As difficult as it may be to believe, it has been 45 years since Jaws ushered in the age of the summer blockbuster. A special 4K edition of that film leads off the latest new releases, in a week that…

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Great New Releases Include “Downton Abbey” and “Rambo: Last Blood”

With just a little over a week until Christmas, there’s still time to get gifts for everyone on your list. And who wouldn’t love some of these Blu-rays and DVDs that are now available? Downton Abbey (2019) The opulent saga…

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“Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood” Leads This Week’s Star-Packed New Releases

We’re in the thick of holiday craziness right now. By this point you probably need a break, if only for a few hours, from the seasonal hustle and bustle. So why not take a few hours off and check out…

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This Week’s New Releases Include “Halloween,” the Criterion Collection Edition of “Notorious,” and More!

Recent theatrical hits. Classics from the Warner Archive Collection. The final film from a Hollywood legend. Cult favorites from the 1980s. We are a bit overwhelmed at the sheer variety of new DVDs and Blu-rays that are now available…and we…

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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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Poll: Which Character from “Pulp Fiction” Is Your Favorite?

For this week’s poll, we’re taking you back to 1994 and arguably the most influential film of the 1990s, Pulp Fiction. Combining elements of humor, noir, and violence, Quentin Tarantino‘s blockbuster was a critical and commercial success that was unlike…

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