Blu-ray Review: All The President's Men

All the President’s Men sometimes gets forgotten in the discussions of Taxi Driver, Network and Rocky over the years. When all is said and done it might’ve been the best of the four, as well. »»

DVD Review: Naked City: The Complete Series

Over half a century later, Naked City remains a top cop show. »»

Disc News: Complete Remastered Twilight Zone This November

No frills box set of the entire Twilight Zone series coming from Imagine Entertainment. »»

Disc News: Naked City Boxed Up In November

There are eight million stories in the Naked City... this is all of them. »»

Houston Cinema Arts Festival: Casting By - Review

A documentary about an overlooked profession and trailblazer Marion Dougherty. »»

Robert Redford's The Company You Keep Gets A Trailer

Redford's latest directorial effort about The Weather Underground. »»

DVD Review: The Untouchables (Season 4, Volume 1 and 2)

The Untouchables: Season 4, Volume 1 and Volume 2 wrap up one of the best gangster shows on broadcast TV. »»

DVD Review: Route 66: The Complete Series

Route 66: The Complete Series boxes together a time when you could get lost on the road to discover your true nature. »»

Disc News: Route 66: The Complete Series pulls up in May,

Time to break out the classic Corvette and cruise across America with Tod and Buz with the impending arrival of Route 66: The Complete Series. All four seasons will finally get released at once. No more waiting for installments. It's all here at a pr »»

Buck - Review

An enriching doc about the man who was the inspiration for The Horse Whisperer. »»

The Conspirator - Review

Strong legal thriller that doesn't quite hit the highest levels »»

Conspirator Trailer Hits the Web

Robert Redford's latest delves into the conspiracy behind the assassination of our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln. »»

The SmarK DVD Rant for The Natural (Blu Ray)

[The Natural] is basically the Arthurian legend crafted into a baseball story, and you knew that Hollywood would be all over that. »»

Downhill Racer (Criterion Collection) - DVD Review

John travels down treacherous mountain sides to bring you a review of Criterion's latest DVD release. »»

Perry Mason: Season 4, Volume 1 - DVD Review

The writers don’t merely let us know who did it, but how it was done. Nothing is too simple, otherwise why would they hire Perry? Perry Mason: Season 4, Volume 1 brings another 16 cases that keep you guessing. »»

Route 66: The Complete Second Season - DVD Review

Route 66 was the first series to co-star a car. While the Corvette didn't talk or drive itself like in Knight Rider, it steered the stories. Tod Stiles (Martin Milner) and Buz Murdock (George Maharis) rode around America, working various gigs and helping those in need. They were the safe version of the Beats found in Jack Keroac's On the Road. Thankfully they weren't into spreading their poetry at every stop. They merely wanted to make enough cash to fill the tank on the Corvette for their next random destination on Route 66 and surrounding highways. Route 66: The Complete Second Season delivers 32 more asphalt adventures with major guest stars. »»

WB to unveil Natalie Wood Collection this February

Actress Natalie Wood was a brunette beauty with sparkling brown eyes who became one of Hollywood's brightest stars. And this February 3rd, Warner Home Video will honor her with the Natalie Wood Collection -- which will feature Splendor in the Grass and Gypsy (with newly remastered video and sound) and the DVD debuts of Inside Daisy Clover, Sex and the Single Girl, Bombers B-52 and Cash McCall. All titles except for Splendor in the Grass and Sex and the Single Girl will be offered in the collection only. Ms. Wood's last film, Brainstorm, will also be available separately, newly packaged in Amaray. The six-disc Natalie Wood Collection will be offered for $59.92 SRP, Sex and the Single Girl and Splendor in the Grass are offered at $19.97 SRP. Brainstorm will also sell for $19.97 SRP. »»

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