From classic Hollywood to comic books, there are new releases for every taste making their physical media debuts this week. Take a look at the terrific new Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD titles that are now available! Can’t Help…Read more →
“Shadow of the Thin Man” and “Hitman Wife’s Bodyguard” Lead the Latest New Releases
This week’s new Blu-ray and DVD releases run the gamut from classic Hollywood pictures to recent theatrical fare, with all of the movie magic you would come to expect. Yes friends, from cult films to documentaries, TV hits to overseas…Read more →
The Movies Unlimited Exclusive “Action of the Tiger” and More New Releases!
Wow. In the ten years since Movies Unlimited began, there has never been a week as crammed with exciting new releases as this one. Starting with the title Action of the Tiger that is available exclusively from Movies Unlimited on…Read more →
ICYMI: “Action of the Tiger” Is Available Exclusively from Movies Unlimited on April 14th!
On April 14th, Warner Archive Collection will release the 1957 MGM Cinemascope favorite Action of the Tiger to DVD. Movies Unlimited will be the only place you can buy this exclusive title, which has long been in demand! Here’s the…Read more →
Hypnotic Pipes: The Pied Piper of Hamelin
Van Johnson could act. (I particularly liked his performances in such war movie classics like Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Battleground, Go For Broke! and The Caine Mutiny, but he had a distinguished career as a leading ladies man, too.) Van…Read more →
The Caine Mutiny: What Lies Beneath a Man
Herman Wouk (who is remarkably still with us as of this post at 103), was the author of a book that garnered a Pulitzer Prize: The Caine Mutiny. This would have put it on the radar for a film version…Read more →
Gene Kelly Is Celebrated In a New “Silver Screen Icons” Collection
When it comes to legendary song-and-dance men, there was no one better than Gene Kelly. Even though its been more than 20 years since he passed, Kelly’s filmography continues to cast a long shadow in Hollywood. The reason for this…Read more →