Blu-ray Releases For July 2014, Part II

Part 2 of 3. Continuing the Blu-ray releases for this month are a special effects-laden adaptation of H.G. Wells’ most popular story; a classic fish out of water comedy that delivered Judy Holliday the Oscar for Best Actress; a simple, but extraordinary character drama that turned Ernest Borgnine into a star; the sci-fi horror flick that put David Cronenberg on the map; and a tale of crime and redemption from French New Wave master Robert Bresson.

5 More Classics on Blu-ray for June 2014

Part 2 of 2. Rounding out this month are several limited releases, including a dark Western starring James Stewart; a World War II-set romantic drama from director John Huston; and Charles Bronson’s turn as a taciturn assassin. Also being released are another edition of a sci-fi classic starring Charlton Heston and one of the great rock and roll movies of all time.

Classics Blu-ray June 2013 Part Three

Part three of three. Concluding this month’s Blu-ray releases are unusual pairing of Elizabeth Taylor and Warren Beatty; Joe Dante’s groundbreaking wolfman thriller; a landmark sci-fi epic by H.G. Wells; one of Bette Davis’ greatest performances; and an earlier Davis picture from 1932.

Blu-ray Movies for March 2013

In March, several lesser known films by great directors and one cult classic will be released on Blu-ray. Among those making the jump are a sci-fi classic about a killer blob; an adaptation of a Graham Greene novel by Fritz Lang; a rare Western comedy starring John Wayne; Elia Kazan’s thriller about a runaway virus; and John Ford’s personal favorite. As always, all make great gifts for ardent collectors and casual fans alike.

Blu-ray Releases July 2012

For July, more great classic movies will be released onto the popular Blu-ray format. Among those making the transfer this month are the film that turned Rita Hayworth into a star; two widely divergent films both celebrating their 6oth anniversaries; a seven-disc box set featuring all the great movies starring Marilyn Monroe; a zany ensemble comedy about air racing; and a sci-fi horror classic directed by George Siegel.

Classic Movies That Were Box Office Flops?

With the recent failure of the massively budgeted sci-fi adventure, John Carter , I began asking myself about what classics from the past were actually box office duds when they released? I think the answer might surprise you. … Read Full Post

B-Movie Actress’s Mummified Body Found

Oh, dear. Yvette Vickers , a former Playboy Playmate and star of so-bad-they’re-good ’50s sci-fi movies like Attack of the 50-Foot Woman and

B-Movie Actress’s Mummified Body Found

Oh, dear. Yvette Vickers , a former Playboy Playmate and star of so-bad-they’re-good ’50s sci-fi movies like Attack of the 50-Foot Woman and

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Terrific old movies and classic films that set the standard in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Comedies and romances, film noir and hardboiled detective dramas. Action, sci-fi and horror. Sweeping epics, sprawling sagas. Wartime adventures and tales of the American West, these are the classic movies every beginner must see — and every old fan should see again.

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Terrific old movies and classic films that set the standard in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Comedies and romances, film noir and hardboiled detective dramas. Action, sci-fi and horror. Sweeping epics, sprawling sagas. Wartime adventures and tales of the American West, these are the classic movies every beginner must see — and every old fan should see again.