4 Classic Movies Being Released on Blu-ray in…

A list of some of the classic movies releasing on Blu-ray in April, including a suspense thriller from Alfred Hitchcock and a heartbreaking romance by David Lean.

A Closer Look at 'Where Eagles Dare'

Everything you need to know about the classic World War II thriller starring Clint Eastwood and Richard Burton.

Blu-ray Releases for July 2014

Part 1 of 3. This month a ton of great classics will be released on Blu-ray, including a great World War II comedy starring Cary Grant; a small town comedy featuring Gary Cooper; a long forgotten fish out of water comedy starring radio humorist Harry Morgan; an unrelenting crime thriller starring Lee Marvin; and a romantic comedy featuring Anny Blyth as a mermaid.

Blu-ray Releases for July 2014

Part 1 of 3. This month a ton of great classics will be released on Blu-ray, including a great World War II comedy starring Cary Grant; a small town comedy featuring Gary Cooper; a long forgotten fish out of water comedy starring radio humorist Harry Morgan; an unrelenting crime thriller starring Lee Marvin; and a romantic comedy featuring Anny Blyth as a mermaid.

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.

Classic Movies on Blu-ray for December 2013,…

Just in time for the holidays, the month of December will see a number of great classic movies released on Blur-ray. Among those making the transfer are two later Hitchcock thrillers; a multi-Oscar winning drama; a searing cop drama from Sidney Lumet; Robert Altman’s mid-1970s masterpiece; and a great romantic fantasy starring Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison.

Classic Movies on Blu-ray for November 2013,…

Part two of November’s Blu-ray releases features a compelling real-life drama that turned Joanne Woodward into a star; a lesser espionage thriller from The Master; a silent era horror classic; a great paranoid thriller about the biggest political scandal in American history; an adaptation of a Charlotte Bront

4 Great Films Featuring Angela Lansbury

A gifted actress best known for her Emmy-winning TV series ‘Murder, She Wrote’, Angela Lansbury first gained attention as a young actress in the mid-1940s. She made a big splash right out of the gate, earning an Oscar nomination in her debut film and following up with another nod just a year later. But after signing a contract with MGM, Lansbury was relegated to B-movie status and languished in a string of forgettable films that made the actress increasingly dissatisfied. Once she was free from the studio, however, Lansbury bounced back and delivered one of the most powerful performances of the 1960s, playing a manipulative mother and Communist agitator in the great political thriller, ‘The Manchurian Candidate’ (1962). Though international fame came much later in her career, Lansbury was long praised by critics and was a favorite supporting actress of many top directors. Here are four classic movies featuring British star Angela Lansbury.

Hitchcock Classic Adapted for West End Stage

According to Deadline Hollywood, Strangers on a Train , Alfred Hitchcock ‘s great thriller about murder and duality, is about to find its way to the stages of London’s famed West End. Produced by Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, better known for steering the James Bond franchise, the production has already cast actors, including Laurence Fox ( Lewis ), Jack Huston ( Boardwalk Empire ), Miranda Raison ( My Week With Marilyn ), MyAnna Buring ( Downton Abbey ), Imogen Stubbs ( Sense and Sensibility ), and Christian McKay ( Rush ). … Read Full Post

Classic Movies on Blu-ray for September 2013

Lots of great classic movies are being released on Blu-ray this September. Among those making the transfer are Hitchcock’s last film made before his noted decline; a classic paranoid thriller from Hollywood’s Second Golden Age; an excellent spy film starring Richard Burton; the horror classic that turned Boris Karloff into a star; and the first film to earn Joseph L. Mankiewicz the Oscar for Best Director.