Home Video Report
There’s a new set of DVDs that might make a nice holiday gift.
If you’re looking for seasonal gifts, here’s one that some may consider a bit of a stretch.
With the arrival of Halloween comes, appropriately, Alfred Hitchcock’s so-called “Masterwork Collection.”
“Avatar” is now out in a new 3-D Blu-ray version.
It was during President Clinton’s first term that Aaron Sorkin and Rob Reiner imagined what the next commander-in-chief might look and act like.
There are a number of vintage movies that should have made it on a contemporary format but did not.
The Blu-ray video format is coming out with some popular vintage features.
Thirty-seven summers ago, Universal Pictures changed the nature of American moviegoing by introducing “Jaws” with a radio and television promotional blitz never before seen.
The 50th anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death this week brings some reissues of her best movies, and at bargain prices.
The month of August brings some major movie personalities making their mark via Blu-ray.
The year 1981 was famous for Chariots of Fire, Hugh Hudson’s rousing best-picture Oscar winner.
Martin Scorsese is probably responsible for more movie classics than any other American filmmaker, and to witness his early days just return to “Mean Streets,” his 1973 gem.
New releases of some very memorable films are now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
One fascinating home video available this week is a 1944 release, and another is a recent production recalling the challenges and exploits, in the same era, of the United States’ first black military pilots.
There’s no better feeling than being able to watch a movie that was circulating in top form more than 15 years ago.