Just what is a “comfort film”? Is it a film you turn to for merriment? Is it a film that allows you to cry freely, or is it a film that brings to mind old and cherished memories? For as…Read more →
“Sergeant York,” “The Flintstones” and “The Jetsons” Kick Off Another Great Batch of New Releases
From a Gary Cooper favorite to iconic Hanna-Barbera cartoons, this week’s new releases have it all. We think you’ll really enjoy the great titles that are ready and waiting to become a part of your home viewing library! Sergeant York…Read more →
Check Out These Comedy Hits at Great Prices!
Are you ready to laugh? There’s plenty of huge chuckles to be found in the following hits, all of which are featured in our Colossal Comedy sale! Spanning from the 1920s to the 2010s, we have thousands of your favorite…Read more →
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…Read more →
Poll: What’s Your Favorite Rosalind Russell Film Role?
She earned four Oscar nominations in her career, and is best remembered as the big screen’s Auntie Mame. Our poll this week salutes actress Rosalind Russell and asks which of her film roles–from Gypsy, His Girl Friday and more–is your favorite.Read more →
Night Must Fall (1937): Dark Fantasy
Robert Montgomery earned an Academy Award nomination playing a handyman whose charming demeanor hides a deadly secret in Night Must Fall. Guest writer The Nitrate Diva shines a light on his chilling turn in the 1937 suspense classic, which co-starred Rosalind Russell.Read more →
Rosalind Russell: The Golden Age of Hollywood’s Girl Friday
Rosalind Russell appeared in more than 50 movies, winning 5 Golden Globe Awards… considering all her iconic performances in films like His Girl Friday, Auntie Mame, and Gypsy, how is it possible that she never won a Best Actress Oscar?Read more →
His Girl Friday: Home Video Review
Guest blogger Ian Simmons writes: My depression over the sad state of romantic comedies worsened ten-fold this morning after I watched His Girl Friday (directed by Howard Hawks) for the first time. The 1940 film is an absolute joy from start…Read more →