As summer heats up, so do the new releases! We’ve got a brand new batch of great Blu-ray, DVD and 4K Ultra HD titles now available that you’ll want to add to your physical media collections. So take a few…Read more →
“Jackass Forever,” “Cyrano,” and More New Releases Are Here!
From crass comedy to classic drama, the latest batch of Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K Ultra HD releases present a snapshot of the range of titles available from Movies Unlimited. Take a look at all of these new offerings, and set…Read more →
“Damn Yankees,” “Promising Young Woman,” and More of This Week’s New Releases!
This week’s new releases include everything from classics from the Warner Archive Collection making their Blu-ray debut to recent films, be it critically acclaimed releases of flicks that seem destined for cult status. Here’s a look at the titles that…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 →
“Mamma Mia!: Here We Go Again,” “Sorry to Bother You,” and More New Releases
Here we go again, indeed! It’s time for another batch of DVD and Blu-ray new releases and we think you’ll love this list of what is now available. The Abba-inspired blockbuster musical kicks things off in fine fashion, but we’ve…Read more →
Nobody Does Bond Better, 003: Moore, Roger Moore
With the latest James Bond film, Spectre, now in theaters, MovieFanFare continues its retrospective of past 007s with writer George Allen’s classic salute to the ever-debonair Roger Moore, who played the superspy seven times from 1973 to 1985.Read more →
Nobody Does Bond Better, 001: The Connery Craze
With this week marking 53 years since the U.S. debut of Dr. No and the latest James Bond film, Spectre, set to open next month, we offer this classic critique by writer George Allen of the first man to play 007 on the big screen, Sean Connery.Read more →
A 007…And Seven
Ever wonder about the product placement in the James Bond movies? Today’s guest blogger James H. Burns did. Read what he has to say in this article.Read more →
Who’s Your Favorite James Bond Movie Henchman?
Who’s Your Favorite James Bond Movie Henchman? Is it Oddjob from Goldfinger, May Day from A View to a Kill or Jaws from the James Bond Thriller, The Spy Who Loved Me? Vote today!Read more →
On This Day In Movie History, 11.11.12
On This Day In Movie History, 11.11.12 November 13, 1921: After gaining fame in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Italian-born leading man Rudolph Valentino mesmerizes female filmgoers as The Sheik. November 15, 1935: The Marx Brothers’ first feature for…Read more →