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Blu-ray Pick: 5 Reasons To Love ‘Freebie and the Bean’

Warner Archive continues to dig gems out of its vault. Freebie and the Bean, a Grade-A buddy cop flick starring Alan Arkin and James...

Blu-ray Pick: 5 Reasons To Love ‘To Have and Have Not’

  The comparisons to Casablanca were inevitable, as To Have and Have Not has resistance fighters, a memorable piano player (Hoagy Carmichael), and smoldering chemistry...

Blu-ray Pick: “Susan Slept Here” A Subversive Comedy From Warner Archive

Cinema, at its creative best, offers more than a superficial display of a narrative, and though it can be seen as a bright and...

DVD Review: ‘The Woman In White’ Gets Mysterious With Eleanor Parker

  Eleanor Parker gives a standout performance in "The Woman In White," a movie that's available as a Manufactured on Demand (MOD) title from the...

DVD Pick: 5 Reasons To Love ‘Pretty Maids All In A Row’

Featuring a gumbo pot of talent and a salacious storyline, Pretty Maids All In A Row has garnered a cult following since its 1971....

Review: ‘Cry of the Hunted’ Is Swamp Filled Film Noir From Warner Archive

  One of the distinct pleasures of scouring through the Warner Archive Collection is discovering its extensive library of forgotten and overlooked films, and thankfully...

DVD Review: “Black Patch” Is A Sterling Western From Warner Archive

Just to break things up a bit review wise, I won't be doing a traditional review of the Warner Archive title Black Patch. Since there's so...

DVD Review: “The Stranger Collection” Spotlights Top-Notch Spaghetti Western Trilogy

It's easy to lump Spaghetti Westerns as a genre simply owned by director Sergio Leone and Clint Eastwood. The Man With No Name isn't...

DVD Review: Barry Sullivan Joins The “Bad Men of Tombstone”

Warner Archive has a ton of stellar Westerns in its extensive library, and part of the collection's allure lies in picking out obscure titles...

DVD Review: William Shatner Cowboys Up in “White Comanche”

  The easy play would be to trivialize White Comanche, as the thought of William Shatner playing twin brothers in a Western (one's a bloodthirsty Comanche, the...

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The documentary Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché centers on the life of the first female pioneer in cinema. The...

‘Enola Holmes’ Review – Millie Bobby Brown Shines As Sherlock’s Resilient Sibling

Millie Bobby Brown's international acclaim is obviously credited to TV's Stranger Things, and she has embarked on a promising film career as...

Marc Menchaca Reflects On ‘Alone’ Collaboration And Music Behind His Work

  Marc Menchaca (Ozark, Every Time I Die) stars in Alone, a thriller about a woman (Jules Willcox) who attempts to escape the clutches of...

Ronen Rubinstein Talks ‘No Escape’ And ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Lessons

  Ronen Rubinstein's acting career has taken off thanks to his work on Fox's 9-1-1: Lone Star, and now he co-stars with Keegan Allen and...