Dennis Weaver in “Duel” is one of four Spielberg films in this collection making their Blu-ray debut.
Tag Archives: Steven Spielberg
There are a million reasons why The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty should not exist.
The Popdose Staff uses the event of being an extra to extol the virtues of John Candy.
Steven Spielberg’s dino classic stomps into theaters next year in 3D. Has it really been 20 years?
Snakes invade the Cinematic Titanic and we’ve got the drop on ‘em.
Revival House celebrates the 30th anniversary of the release of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
Take a trip down ABC’s spooky series, “The River” now on DVD
Pete Chianca pays tribute to films about cleaning up elephant poop. Wait, what?
“Found footage” horror finds its way to TV.
Where does the time go? SERIOUSLY, WHERE DID THE PAST WEEK GO? Let’s find out together as we collectively experience a Box Office Flashback to January 9, 1992.
Review of the J.J. Abrams ode to Steven Spielberg, “Super 8″
Dinosaurs and southern hospitality. Sounds like just the thing to get over the first day of the work week.
Will a new round of unwelcome, unnecessary changes come with the Star Wars Blu-rays? Of course it will.
This week — a week late, to be perfectly honest — we revisit the dog days of summer ’98!
Is a movie that’s 90% awful still worth seeing? If it’s (Optimus) prime Michael Bay, yes, almost. Other, less awful movies are also considered.
Popdose.com looks at everyone’s favorite special-effects-laden popcorn flick about child abandonment, Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
This week’s Revival House celebrates the 30th anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
E.T. is back, and his family is thirsty for blood. Popdose checks out this fantastic fake trailer.
The Popdose Staff, along with noted film preservationist Michael Matessino, discuss the remarkable career of John Williams.
With the release of the James Cameron-produced Sanctum looming, Popdose takes a look at other waterlogged big-screen terrors.
Popdose takes a look at the music of film composer Jerry Goldsmith, and features selections from his best-known scores.
Communists! Nazis! Old people! They all star in this week’s Box Office Flashback to January 28, 1982.
There are only five days until Halloween and the Popdose staff is counting down the 20 most frightening films of all time — and as a bonus, we’re giving away a digital copy of The Exorcist.