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Time to predict what Shout! will announce for the rest of the year at Comic Con. After that wonderful “Dances With Wolves” set last year (which I...
I don't know about everyone else, but when I envision a film written by Richard Curtis, I smile.
While he's worked in different genres, I revel...
If MGM needs to celebrate not only their 95th anniversary but also their own legacy, can they collaborate with Warner Bros. on a publicity...
A Small Circle Of Friends (NOB)
Leo And Loree (NOV)
Happy Birthday Gemini (VHS)
Dr. Jekyl And Mr. Hype (VHS)
Nothing Personal (VHS)
MGM, most prolific of major studios to license their product still have quite a few titles never to reach Bluray. In bold are films I feel are...
Sidney Lumet's The Group, is a 1966 production, based upon the bestseller by Mary McCarthy.
The novel won millions of fans, as well as naysayers,...
I bet it would likely be Warner Bros., I think they should hire some Fox executives to take much better care of their library and distribution...
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Get Shorty (Collector's Edition) Blu-ray Review
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Is MGM still going to co-finance films with studio partners like Warner, Paramount, Sony and Universal and utilize their distribution services...
The Complete Hal Roach/Thelma Todd/Patsy Kelly Comedy Collection DVD Review
The Complete Hal Roach/Thelma Todd/Patsy Kelly...
Night of the Lepus Blu-ray Review
Long regarded as one of the worst films ever made, Night of the Lepus finally makes its way...
Spetters Blu-ray Review
Paul Verhoeven’s fifth Dutch film Spetters extended the international reputation he had earned with...
The Woman in the Window Blu-ray Review
The Woman in the Window is a prime film noir from Fritz Lang featuring outstanding...
Tomb Raider (2018) UHD Review
Warner and MGM’s reboot of Tomb Raider arrives on 4K UHD Blu-ray with a stellar transfer, but...
Down Three Dark Streets Blu-ray Review
Arnold Laven’s FBI-based docudrama Down Three Dark Streets combines investigations of...
Five Steps to Danger Blu-ray Review
A cat-and-mouse thriller turns interestingly into a Cold War espionage tale in Henry S....
The Handmaid's Tale Season One Blu-ray Review
Politically poignant, The Handmaid’s Tale is compelling, heartbreaking,...
Casanova Brown Blu-ray Review
An amiable comedy of miscommunication with delightful stars and touches of screwball comedy...
Along Came Jones Blu-ray Review
A case of mistaken identity fuels the comedy hijinks in Stuart Heisler’s comic adventure...
Raw Deal (1948) Blu-ray Review
Anthony Mann’s Raw Deal is another in his brilliant series of films noir offering breathtaking...
Wuthering Heights (1970) Blu-ray Review
Emily Bronte’s Gothic romance returns to the screen in Robert Fuest’s 1970 version of...