Blu-ray Review: Captain America (1990)

Without a whiff in theaters, you wonder if 1990's Captain America was any more disappointing than Daredevil or Elektra. »»

National Film Registry Adds A Christmas Story, The Matrix & 23 More For 2012

The 25 films selected span the period from 1897 to 1999. »»

Disc News: Scream Factory Hollers for the Holidays

Scream Factory is bringing back the fear this holiday season. The scary cousin of Shout! Factory is releasing those classic horror films that used to haunt the shelves of your favorite creepy videostores. They've already put out Halloween II, Hallowe »»

Warner Bros. Prepping Wizard Of Oz In 3D, Extended Cut Of The Hobbit, And More

Warner Bros. is going all out for its 90th anniversary in 2013. »»

DVD Review: Damon and Pythias

Finally, an Italian shot sword and sandal epic from the early '60s with actual English speaking actors in the titles roles. »»

DVD Review: Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer: The Complete Series

What’s interesting in watching Mike Hammer is that [Darren] McGavin is laying down the roots for Carl Kolchak. »»

DVD Review: Captain America (1990)

The first 20 minutes of the film are rather exciting with the origins story and the big battle between Captain America and Red Skull. Once Cap gets frozen in ice, the production budget appears to have been slashed. »»

Disc News: Captain America goes MOD

The original adventure comes to DVD »»

Mannix: The Fourth Season - DVD Review

Joe Mannix never came off as a cheap detective but he wasn’t rolling in dough by any means, either. »»

Film Club: Christmas Edition - Week 2

Let’s get ready to RUMBLE! »»

Disc News: Couples Retreat Coming in February

Universal Studios is bringing the hit comedy Couples Retreat to DVD and Blu-ray just in time for Valentine's Day. »»

Making Movie History: Christmas Favorites Revisited

Merry Christmas to all...and to all an I'm baaaaaaaaaacccccccckkkkkkkkkk!!!!!! »»

Making Movie History: I'm Dreaming...Of Christmas Favorites

Yeah yeah, so the holidays are over and this is a Christmas list, but it's being done for a reason. My sporadic column is now going to be done on a weekly basis and you'll be seeing me here every single Friday. A lot of my favorite holiday films didn't make so many of the "Top Christmas Films" lists I saw throughout the month of December and that bugged me so it's only right that I stand up for them. It's probably because some of them don't fit the criteria of a Christmas, but I know they at least put me in the spirit. »»

Black Christmas - Blu-ray Review

Working on all cylinders is also an apt description of the film itself. Clark's Horror milestone should be experienced by all that love Slasher movies, and makes a great companion piece to Carpenter's Halloween or any of the lesser "holiday" themed genre entries. If nothing else, this movie is a terrific stepping stone from which Carpenter built on to create his classic, but fortunately for us, the movie is a great one all on its own. »»

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