New Classics on Blu-ray for October 2014

A list of classic movies being released on Blu-ray, including a Western classic from John Ford and a lavish musical starring Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr.

New Classics on Blu-ray for October 2014

A list of classic movies being released on Blu-ray, including a Western classic from John Ford and a lavish musical starring Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr.

New Classics on Blu-ray for August 2014

Rounding out this month’s Blu-ray releases are a rather charming World War II comedy starring Anthony Quinn; one of the first significant doomsday movies ever made; Bob Fosse’s semi-autobiographical musical from 1979; and a classic sex comedy starring Peter O’Toole and Woody Allen.

5 New Classic Movies Out On Blu-ray

Part one of two. This month’s Blu-ray releases include one of Jerry Lewis’ most memorable films; a popular small-town drama starring a who’s who of future stars; a splashy musical directed by Vincente Minnelli; a little-known spy thriller starring Burt Lancaster; and a dark psychological thriller featuring Clint Eastwood.

‘An American in Paris’ Could Hit Broadway

The classic musical directed by Vincente Minnelli and starring Gene Kelly might, after some 60-plus years, find its way to Broadway. According to several reports, the Academy Award-winning film-turned-stage musical will actually make its debut at the Th

‘An American in Paris’ Could Hit Broadway

The classic musical directed by Vincente Minnelli and starring Gene Kelly might, after some 60-plus years, find its way to Broadway. According to several reports, the Academy Award-winning film-turned-stage musical will actually make its debut at the Th

Classic Movies on Blu-ray for October 2013,…

A ton of great movies are set to be released on the popular Blu-ray format in October. Among those making the transfer are an all-time classic marking its 75th anniversary; a romantic drama for the ages; the Master’s late return to the spy film genre; a charming fantasy starring Veronica Lake; a cynical World War II comedy from Billy Wilder; two family-friendly adventures from 20th Century Fox; and a long-forgotten musical comedy starring Danny Kaye.

Fox Cinema Archives to Release More Classics on DVD

All throughout the month of August, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release 23 classic movies on DVD as part of their ongoing Fox Cinema Archives collection. Titles both familiar and obscure will be part of

Katharine Hepburn and George Cukor Classic Movies

Acclaimed woman’s director and master of such genres as the screwball comedy and musical, George Cukor found in Katharine Hepburn the perfect actress for his films. Strong, sophisticated, and quick witted, Hepburn delivered her career’s greatest comedic performances in a several pictures directed by Cukor, whose flair for sharp witty dialogue brought out Kate the Great’s best. Here are five exceptional movies made by Katharine Hepburn and George Cukor.

7 Bing Crosby Classics

Hollywood’s top box office star from 1944-48, Bing Crosby found stardom as a popular crooner, movie actor, radio and television star, and even entrepreneur. While mainly cast in musicals, Crosby shined in dramatic roles and won the Oscar in 1944 for his portrayal of the modern-minded Father O’Malley. He also made seven incredibly successful ‘Road to…’ comedies with Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour, cementing his status as an iconic performer who found enormous success in multiple mediums.