James Dean, Linda Lovelace, and other outsiders.
Another live recording from Rush? Really? Yes, really.
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Shout! Factory has issued an outstanding box set that any MSTie should want.
Doll up your home video collection for Halloween.
Code Blu this week with Elvis, Marilyn, Tom, and Sly.
Finger-lickin’ films for the holidays.
Bruce Lee heads this week’s heavyhitters.
And more movies oozing onto home video.
The Loretta Young Show, which aired on NBC from 1953 to 1961, embodies a lot of TV history. First of all, it’s an anthology series, a format which is completely dead…
Tony Redman reviews this 1983 classic from the original Blue Man Group. Will he think it’s the Smurfiest, or will it make him want to Smurf?
Here’s the deal, fathers. If you have daughters—or sons who don’t care about outmoded gender roles (and if so, good on you, man)—there is a 90 percent chance that at some point during your day, you’re going to have to watch something with unicorns in it. The key is to find a unicorn-based entertainment which
I don’t quite understand what happened with GCB. There was a ton of preseason buzz and preseason advertising, as ABC was clearly positioning it as the heir apparent to the…
Warm milk. A bath in lavender soap. An old episode of the 80s TV adaptation of Babar. These are the three things that every parent knows can relax and put to sleep even the fussiest of toddlers. Glory be, as Nelvana’s Babar, long a mainstay of VHS, the early morning hours of family-friendly cable channels,
Blast off into the holidays with The Rocketeer and other recent releases.
Can a male harmony group that was snuffed out mid-coda come back to Earth and make the jump to movies?
Joe Dante, Guillermo Del Toro, Roger Corman and more share some of their favorite movie trailers in “Trailers from Hell, Vol. 2,” and Tony Redman is there with a review.
Tony Redman reviews the latest releases from Shout! Factory’s Mystery Science Theater 3000 Collection: “Hamlet” and “Gunslinger.”
Manufactured-on-demand discs bring the rockin’ 60s artifacts Hold On! and How I Won the War to light.
Is Disney’s take on Rapunzel a bad hair day for the studio? Bob Cashill takes his scissors to it.
The excellent documentary, “The Tillman Story” is on DVD and reviewed.
I’ve had Live at Shea Stadium for a couple of weeks now, and I’ve spent them alternating between watching 30-minute chunks of the film and struggling with what to say…
There are worse things than fumbling the lyrics of the national anthem at the Super Bowl or tabloid crackups, Xtina. There is Burlesque.
Meet Jacki Weaver, the Oscar-nominated star of Animal Kingdom…but don’t get too close, Bob Cashill cautions.
Bob Cashill commemorates Valentine’s Day with the notorious rape-revenge saga from the 70s and its remake. See them with someone you loathe.
Bob Cashill discusses the state of the market, and ticks off a few top releases, but mostly just spotlights this pic from The Green Slime (Warner Archive).
A new horror film serves up blood and guts…and food for thought.
Presto chango! Another effects-driven vehicle for Nicolas Cage isn’t Mickey Mouse at all, with a magical supporting role for New York.
Happy holidays, David Bowie…and to all a good last-day sale as Barnes and Noble’s Criterion Collection blowout winds down. Bob Cashill sifts recent releases.
Bob Cashill rummages through the DVD toybox and out pops “Toy Story 3,” the super-successful return of Buzz and Woody and the gang.
The Secret of Kells (Flatiron, 2010) The surprise feelgood story of last year’s Academy Awards, this beautiful tribute to Celtic lore went from small Irish film to Oscar-nominee overnight —…