This week’s new releases offer everything from a Criterion Collection edition of a 1930s favorite to star-packed releases from the Warner Archive Collection to a complete series set of an iconic cartoon. We think you’ll find plenty of additions to…Read more →
This Week’s New Releases Include “Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar” and “Thundarr the Barbarian”
There’s a compelling batch of new releases this week that span from an uproarious comedy to a cult TV cartoon to an underrated gem featuring some of Hollywood’s brightest stars and beyond. Take a look at the new DVDs and…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 →
ICYMI: The Van Heflin Classic “Tennessee Johnson” Is Available Exclusively from Movies Unlimited Next Month!
On November 10th, the Warner Archive is releasing the 1942 favorite Tennessee Johnson, and the title will be available exclusively from Movies Unlimited! Here’s a synopsis of this favorite: Sterling M-G-M biopic offers a sturdy effort by Van Heflin as…Read more →
“The Hunt,” “Doctor Who” and Other Unmissable New Releases!
From a misunderstood satire inspired by The Most Dangerous Game to a season of Doctor Who that changed everything to releases from the Warner Archives and beyond, June rolls on with another incredible batch of new Blu-ray and DVD releases….Read more →
Movie Trailer of the Day: “Shane”
Directed by George Stevens (Giant), the sagebrush classic Shane stars Alan Ladd as the titular character, a retired, laconic gunfighter who comes to the assistance of a homestead family when they are terrorized by a wealthy cattleman (Emile Meyer). As…Read more →
“The Three Musketeers” Remains a Swashbuckling Sensation
These days, far too often do audiences take for granted the skill and planning that goes into making a fight sequence in a film seem believable. When done right, movie fight choreography can redefine the way that viewers respond to…Read more →
The Five Best Movies About Big Business
For today’s guest post, Classic Film and TV Cafe’s Rick Armstrong presents his picks for the best business flicks: 1. Patterns (1956). What would you do if you worked for the world’s worst boss? If you answered “quit, of course,”…Read more →