The rough and rowdy world of the ancient Norsemen comes to life both vividly and brutally in Richard Fleischer’s The Vikings.
Rampaging robots and a sinister saboteur keep things hopping in the Golden Age 3D adventure Gog. Produced by the renowned Ivan Tors and brought back from near-oblivion by the 3-D Film Archive, Gog may not be tops in drama or action, but it’s a fun sci-fi adventure tale that can […]
Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on Blu-ray and DVD… The Features – The Peanuts Movie – 2015 – The Vikings – 1958 – In the Heart of the Sea – 2015 – Victor Frankenstein – 2015 – Paris Belongs to Us – 1961 […]
A heart wrenching drama with few equals, Lenny Abrahamson’s Room does unique, fascinating things with its psychologically dramatic framework allowing us the most personal glimpses inside a mother’s deeply felt love for her child and then shifting gears to focus on the dexterity of the human psyche to process and […]
Filmed over five years, the documentary Burroughs had been thought lost until the late director’s son discovered a print of the film in 2011. Work to restore the film began immediately and now Criterion presents a restored version of this absorbing portrait of the late, great William S. Burroughs. The […]
Between the years of his various television series (Maverick, Nichols, The Rockford Files, Bret Maverick), James Garner had a very respectable movie career. One of his most delightful leading roles was in Support Your Local Sheriff, a good-natured western romp which played to all of Garner’s strengths and proved to […]