BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
If you're one of the people who haven't seen Mad Max: Fury Road yet, you're about to run out of excuses. It hits Blu-ray soon, and to celebrate, we have a new deleted scene for you to check out.
Quotes from critics are a standard piece of movie marketing, but their words can be misconstrued and taken out of context. That happened to a writer recently, and he's plenty mad about it.
As the MCU enters Phase Three and slowly approaches the Avengers: Infinity War movies, Marvel is rebranding the Infinity Stones so that fans can refer to them by a collective name.
How much pornography do you think you could watch in a day? Whatever amount you said, this man has you beat. And he's even been sacked to prove it.
Fifty Shades of Grey! Selma! There's a lot of great stuff coming out this month, check 'em all out after the jump.
From the well-liked Paddington movie to the home entertainment release of HBO’s cool musical series Sonic Highways. There’s a lot to look forward to in April of 2015, and you can check out more of this month’s releases here.
Fifty Shades Of Grey Unrated is coming! The Fifty Shades Of Grey DVD and Blu-ray release date has been set, as well as the Digital HD release date.
The Fine Brothers’ “Kids React” YouTube series may have dealt the most humbling blow to anyone who came of age during the reign of the VHS VCR. If you want kick off your day by watching young children make you feel old then check it out!
While movies like Avengers: Age of Ultron are gearing up to head into theaters this spring, the big home entertainment companies are still churning out some Academy Award nominees and winners, along with some holiday favorites.
February might be a slow month at the movies, but there is still some great stuff headed into homes, thanks to Blu-rays and DVDs. Among these is the long-anticipated Game of Thrones Season 4 release, which will be available to fans later this month.
January isn’t typically the biggest month for Blu-ray, DVD and streaming releases, but thanks to the glories of awards season and midseason premieres on television, there’s quite a bit of good stuff popping up over the next several weeks. Check out what's coming out.
When one thinks of J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek films, "hilarious hijinks" is probably not the first thing that springs to mind. Yet, that’s what we have to share today in this amusing clip of bloopers and gag reel material from the filmmaker’s second foray into a place where "no man has gone before", Star Trek Into Darkness.
Those who are still using Netflix's DVD service may find that your shipments have been processing a bit slower. That might be the case if you're in the habit of mailing back your DVD too close to the weekend, as Netflix is no longer processing shipments on Saturday.
Soon, Blockbuster will be no more. The truth is, for many of us, the store has been history for a while, but news that the chain of video stores is closing its last remaining doors is reason enough to wax nostalgic over the place it had in many of our video-watching lives. When factoring in my own personal history with home video, Blockbuster was really just a blip on a timeline full of more memorable ways to get my movie fix.
2013 marks the 20th Anniversary of Steven Spielberg's Oscar winning film Schindler's List, and Universal is acknowledging the milestone by giving the film a Blu-ray release with a 20th Anniversary Limited Edition. Set to arrive in March, the Blu-ray Combo Pack will include the film on Blu-ray and DVD as well a digital copy and UltraViolet.
Bart Layton’s The Imposter premiered to acclaim at the 2012 Sundance Festival. The film went on to air at other international and local festivals, earning the Grand Jury Documentary prize at the Miami International Film festival. The bottom line: a lot of people like it, and if you have gotten a chance to catch the documentary, you’ll be able to do so when The Imposter hits DVD on January 22, 2013.
In 1949, the biblical tale was told in the theatrical epic Samson and Delilah, which was later nominated for five Academy Awards, winning two. More than sixty years later, Paramount Home Entertainment has restored the classic film, making it available on DVD for the first time ever on March 12, 2013.
I know very little about the Lithuanian basketball team, who medaled in the sport during the 1992 Olympics, the same year Jordan, Pippin, Byrd, Johnson, and Barkley tore up the floor to win gold. The U.S. men’s basketball team has gone on to become a legendary story, but for director Marius A. Markevičius, the better story was the tell of the Lithuanian team’s journey out of the Iron Curtain and on to the world’s stage at the Olympics games.
The first flick popping on to DVD is Annie Clause is Coming to Town, a flick that inconceivably places Santa’s daughter, Annie, in modern day Los Angeles, where she must choose a new mate to take over as Santa Claus. Legit. This gem of a film will hit DVD on October 9th. If you are looking for more heartwarming tales to cheer you up while you toast your toes near the fire, October 16 will be a better date to look for Christmas movies.
Sensual Swedish lesbian drama Kiss Me (originally Kyss Mig) got an English name and release date over the summer, but if you didn’t catch the drama, you'll be able to pretty soon. The film follows a young woman who embarks on an affair with another woman just before she is supposed to be married to a man named Tim. If that sounds intriguing, copies will be available via Wolfe Video on DVD and digital starting on September 25.