With the passing of Dean Stockwell still very much on our minds, we wanted you to sound off on which of the beloved actor’s many performances was your favorite. This is so small task given how Stockwell’s career spanned over…Read more →
Share Your Dean Stockwell Memories Here
News broke today that Dean Stockwell, the iconic star of projects ranging from The Boy with Green Hair to Blue Velvet to Quantum Leap, died on November 7th at the age of 85. We will have a full tribute to…Read more →
“Spiral” and “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” Lead an Impressive Week of New Releases!
Although July is winding down, the same can’t be said for this month’s new releases. As you’ll see below, titles ranging from recent theatrical releases to classics from the Golden Age of Hollywood to TV season sets are now available….Read more →
Here’s This Week’s Notable Blu-ray and DVD New Releases!
As we prepare to say hello to June, let’s take some time during these waning days of May to enjoy this week’s new Blu-ray and DVD releases. Classics from yesteryear take center stage this time out, so let’s take a…Read more →
“Vice” and “Bumblebee” Kick off Another Week of Great Blu-ray & DVD Releases
When I write the new releases post each each, I often find myself mentioning how diverse the titles available are. This week, in which everything from a gripping biopic about a former Vice President to movie about a transforming robot…Read more →
Check Out These Hard-to-Find Hits from the Warner Archive Collection
Do you feel it? A heavy mix of sluggishness and ennui that feels inescapable this time of year. There’s something that is almost indescribably bleak about the first few weeks of the year. The holidays are over and the winter…Read more →
This Week’s New Releases Include “The Meg,” “Mile 22,” and “A Christmas Story Live”
Whether you are ready for them or not, there’s no stopping the holidays. But at least things aren’t to crazy yet, so you’ll have some time to sit back, relax, and enjoy some of the huge new titles that the…Read more →
Revisiting the 1949 Classic “The Secret Garden”
“Aye, I know wha’ tis said. He locked the gate and buried the key, and nary’s been in there since.” A secret garden. Locked up for years. Now overgrowing with weeds and bramble for want of anyone to tend to…Read more →