Star Trek: Motion Picture Trilogy

May 26, 2009

To coincide with J.J. Abrams rebooting of the Star Trek franchise, Paramount has re-released Star Trek II through IV in a box set with brand new extras that are geared towards new fans generated from the latest film. These three films were already given... 

Radioland Murders

September 18, 2006

Radioland Murders (1994) was one of George Lucas’ rare forays outside of the Star Wars universe and like others (Willow and Howard the Duck) it was a critical and commercial failure. Lucas seemed to be following in the footsteps of Woody Allen’s Radio... 

Baby Boom / Mr. Mom (Double Feature)

May 4, 2006

Just in time for Mother’s Day comes a repackaged double feature about the “joys” of motherhood, specifically the highs and lows of child-rearing from the female and male perspectives. Both of these films, made during the 1980s, are also fascinating... 

The Back to the Future Trilogy

February 4, 2006

Great Scot! Marty and the Doc are back again for a seriously heavy new Back to the Future boxset. There are few films we can call untouchable classics, but Back to the Future parts one, two and three are about as close as you could get to a perfect trilogy... 

Back to the Future Trilogy Box Set

September 7, 2003

In 1985 the Spielberg produced Back to the Future became one of the greatest and most successful films of the decade, some may say that it is the defining movie of the Eighties, but it so nearly didn’t happen. Director Robert Zemeckis, as he explains... 

Interstate 60

August 3, 2002

Despite being the co-writer for a certain Delorian-related time-travel trilogy, Bob Gale had to fight tooth and nail to make his directorial debut with this wonderfully offbeat road movie. Frustrated at being unable to make his first choice of film, Gale...