My sister and I were first introduced to classic movies through the films of the 1960s since this was the decade that our father loved the most growing up in. He started us off on children’s classics from this time…Read more →
The Movies Unlimited Exclusive “Tennessee Johnson” Leads An Exciting Week of New Releases
Wow. That’s the only word that can be used to describe this week’s batch of new DVD and Blu-ray releases. With just a little over a month until the holidays, the studios are unleashing a stunning amount of releases.(Seriously, this…Read more →
Check Out These Fantastic Film and TV Releases That Are Now Available!
Fall is finally upon us, and although the weather may be cooling down, we’ve got a scorching batch of new releases available for you! Check out these film and TV titles that are now available and we think that you’ll…Read more →
The Latest New Releases Include “Death on the Nile” and “Young Sheldon”
There’s mystery, excitement and comedy afoot in this week’s new releases! We’ve got fondly remembered Agatha Christie adaptations, TV comedy favorites, cult films, and so much more. September is upon us, and with it comes a brand new week of…Read more →
“Birds of Prey,” “The Call of the Wild,” and More Unmissable New Releases!
This week, we’ve got superheroic hits, Hollywood epics ranging from film noir favorites to James Cagney classics, cult films, indies, and everything inbewteen. Get yourself ready, because these new DVDs and Blu-rays are now available! Birds of Prey (And the…Read more →
Guest Post: The Set Design of “Lassie Come Home”
In today’s guest post, Constance Metzinger analyzes the set design from the family favorite Lassie Come Home: For this month’s featured TV/Movie set I chose the classic Lassie Come Home, not because it’s a particularly noteworthy bit of set design, but rather…Read more →
Five Fun Facts About “The Poseidon Adventure”
My personal favorite “disaster film” is 1972’s The Poseidon Adventure. This ensemble drama whose cast includes Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Roddy McDowall, Shelley Winters, and Stella Stevens (among many others), was adapted from Paul Gallico’s novel of the same name….Read more →
Movie Trailer of the Day: Lassie Come Home
It’s one of the most familiar tropes in storytelling — the tale of a boy and his dog. One of the first films to truly capture the magic of this special bond was 1943’s Lassie Come Home, and the world…Read more →
Peter Fonda’s Deadly Races
In today’s guest post, Jim Brymer looks at two awesome autocentric flicks starring Peter Fonda: Drive-in movies have certain themes that appeal to me. Car chases, shoot-em-ups, and a healthy dose of action make up some of the better ones….Read more →
“Dumbo,” “Cinderella,” Classics from the Warner Archives, and More of This Week’s Fantastic New Releases!
This week’s new Blu-ray and DVD offerings include everything from a pair of Disney favorites (one new, one classic), to classics from the Warner Archives, recent theatrical offerings, cult hits, and so much more. Movie lovers, have we got a…Read more →