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THE HUNGER GAMES on Blu-ray, DVD, On Demand, and Digital Download on 8/18/12 at 12:01 A.M

May 23, 2012

THE MOTION PICTURE EVENT THAT SET THE WORLD ON FIRE POISED TO BECOME THE HOME ENTERTAINMENT EVENT OF THE YEAR Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games Arrives On Blu-ray Disc, DVD, On Demand And Digital Download On August 18       Theatrical Release Approaching... 

Blue Velvet: 25th Anniversary Edition

November 10, 2011

By 1984, director David Lynch was on top of the world. He had received critical acclaim and eight Academy Award nominations for The Elephant Man in 1980 and was on the verge of releasing his next film, Dune (1984), an adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic... 

The Night of the Hunter: Criterion Collection

November 17, 2010

It is one of the great tragedies of cinema that The Night of the Hunter (1955) was Charles Laughton’s lone film directing credit. An acclaimed character actor by trade, he decided to adapt David Grubb’s 1953 novel of the same name into a haunting... 

The Ninth Gate

October 31, 2006

Critical and commercial reaction to Roman Polanski’s films has always been mixed at best. To say that they are an acquired taste is an understatement. The Ninth Gate (1999) is no exception. Despite what the film’s misleading trailer promoted at the... 

King Kong

April 6, 2006

King Kong (2005) is Peter Jackson’s epic, mega-budget, fanboy love letter to the film that inspired him to become a movie director in the first place. Clocking in at double the running time of the original, Jackson’s film is an ambitious juggernaut... 

Alias: Season 4

February 7, 2006

When you watch a show like Alias you realize how out of touch the James Bond franchise is with reality. Alias takes the Bond template and substitutes his predictable, chauvinistic ways with a sexy, young woman and a much more exciting and dynamic way... 

Million Dollar Baby

December 4, 2005

Untalented filmmakers make the mistake of keeping their movies simple with obvious, pedestrian direction. Clint Eastwood is an experienced director who doesn’t need overt, stylistic flourishes to make his point. His movies are the epitome of understatement.... 

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl: Special Edition

November 8, 2005

For many years pirate movies have been box office poison. One only has to look as far back as Roman Polanski’s misfire, Pirates (1986) and the mega-budget flop, Cutthroat Island (1995) to see how low the genre has sunk since the heady days of Errol... 

Laura

September 21, 2005

The 1940s marked the golden age of film noir and one of the genre’s key directors was Otto Preminger and one its signature films was Laura (1944). The year it came out was a pivotal one as four other noir classics were also released: Double Indemnity,... 

The Martin Scorsese Film Collection

August 10, 2005

Martin Scorsese is one of the world’s greatest filmmakers living today. At first, this may seem like so much over-inflated hype, and to be sure, he would be the first to avoid this title, but think, for a moment, about a handful of the films this... 

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