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Criterion discs can cost a little bit, but when they go on sale like this, they’re hard to resist.
I find it somewhat bittersweet, with bitter outweighing the sweet, to note that Groundhog Day is on sale right now.
Once upon a time, the use of an automated digital processes in remastering was frowned on but software has gotten better and attitudes have softened.
Connecting today’s audiences to the truth of Viking life.
It sadly sounds like the new Blu-ray set won’t be fully comprehensive, but it’s still an essential purchase in my book.
I’m loving the transfer on the new, remastered Robocop Blu-ray, especially when compared to what we had before.
The man who played Leland Palmer has been back to Twin Peaks this week.
Marvel Studios have unveiled the truth about the upcoming One Shot short film All Hail The King. As predicted, it’s an Iron Man 3 spin-off.
Sorry people of colour, blondes, fellas, the non-attractive (whatever that means), ladies with smaller bosoms, those under 18 or over 27, or anybody with an… um… modern face.
With or without Ben Kingsley? Hmmm. I’m guessing “without.”
Fright Night Part 2 might be The New Blood but its heart beats to a rhythm that has echoed down the decades.
FIlms from Tinto Brass, Teruo Ishii, Larry Cohen and more.
Now Is The Time To Buy 30 Short Sports Films By Ice Cube, Peter Berg, Steve James, Barry Levinson And More
The ESPN 30 for 30 Collector’s Set Blu-ray box set is currently going for a very good price.
Fifteen Alfred Hitchcock Blu-rays in one set, at a very cheap price.
But you could just import it. Actually you should just import it.
Scream, Mimic, Scary Movie, Resident Evil, Underworld and more are currently discounted for a limited time.
Shot very cheaply on Hi-8 and originally released in 2000, Craig Brewer’s film The Poor & Hungry has slipped through the cracks and been little seen since.
Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers is currently better than half price.