The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection Ultra 4K HD

Want to watch some classic films for the first time again?  Scoop up this release.   Psychological.  Shocking.  Suspenseful.  And downright BEAUTIFUL to look at.  The Alfred Hitchcock Classics Collection release in Ultra 4K is a DEFINITIVE release for some of the most thrilling classics from the  ...

Paris When It Sizzles (1964)Classic Hollywood making fun of itself? Count me in! Paris When it Sizzles goes full ridiculous in this charming, downright delightful romantic comedy so silly that you cannot help but smile the whole way through ...

Violence in a Women's Prison (1982) - Blu-ray Review

Kitty’s back on the cell block!  Woot! Woot!  Let the sweat-dripping orgies begin! Violence in a Women’s Prison, originally released in 1982, is a damn ugly exploitation flick. Even when you lower the bar when it comes to Women in Prison flicks, this ...

The Apartment 4K Restoration

“Why do people have to love people, anyway?” By the time the 1960’s rolled around in America, the infamous Production Code that was implemented in the 1930’s was clearly losing its grip in Hollywood. The years of filmmakers sliding in double-meaning lines of dialogue and skirting  ...

Sewer GatorsAttention all shoppers!  It’s going to be a crappy day when Sewer Gators is released!  You mark your calendars now!  June 3rd can’t get here fast enough.  Don’t believe me?  Go here and wait for the Sewer Gators to appear themselves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xahw04ZDgTM or  ...

The Body of My Enemy (1976)It is not your average revenge flick. Nor is it what you would expect from director Henri Verneuil and star Jean-Paul Belmondo for what was their seventh picture together. There are no jaw-dropping stunts from the screen legend, and in fact there is hardly any exciting action in this  ...

Masked Mutilator - Blu-rayYou say want sex and violence?  Well, the Masked Mutilator has EXACTLY what you are looking for.  Just be respectful because this house parent will definitely kick your ass ...

Touch of Evil

Orson Welles had a perception of everything in the film, including the music. He knew. He truly understood film scoring. …Touch of Evil was one of the best things I’ve ever done.” - Henry Mancini And it shows, too.  From Mancini’s score to ...

Dr. Phibes Double Feature

Flesh Crawls! Blood Curdles! Phibes Lives again!  Cat Women of the Moon?  Check. Plan 9 From Outer Space?  Double check. Both are films you have to bear witness to in order to believe.  Barbarella?  Oh, it’s a cosmic trip for sure.  But, thanks to the mighty chops of Vincent Price and  ...

Jurassic World: 5-Movie Collection

t’s time to go back . . . back to the park.   With the arrival of Jurassic World: Dominion imminent in early June, re-visiting the world that Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park has created is a no-brainer and what better way to do it than in Ultra HD?!  Thankfully, Universal has provided fans with all ...

Love Affair: The Criterion Collection

“The things we like best are either illegal, immoral or fattening.” It starts on a boat – an ocean liner headed to New York. Two strangers who enjoy a life of indulgences have a chance meeting when a telegram caught in the wind brings them together. Despite being engaged to their own respective  ...

Watchers II (1990)Top secret genetic engineering gone wrong!  This is what you get in this b-grade sequel (or is it a remake?) to the Corey Haim-led Watchers, a film no one remembers for good reason.  With a bit more gore and a change in scenery, this creature feature pumps up the volume on its lifeless . ...

Walker: The Criterion Collection

“Unless a man believes that there is something great for him to do, he can do nothing great.” How on earth do you make a biopic set in the mid-19th century that poses as some kind of weird Western but yet somehow manages to successfully make strong political comparisons between ...

Harvey (1950)Elwood P. Dood has a really BIG secret.  No, it’s not his constant drinking, which might be a cause for alarm in and of itself.  It’s his friend; his drinking buddy; and the only person who shares his innermost secrets with.  His best friend in the whole wide world is invisible.  He’s also 6-foot tall ...

Cockfighter (1974)This life can be a long, rambling walk down a twisting highway.  Just ask Mr. Frank Mansfield (Warren Oates), the “junior birdman” who dreams of a cockfighting championship while he puts others to the side in his quest for the title.  ...

C'mon C'mon (2021)

“Whatever you plan on happening, never happens. Stuff you would never think of happens.” No matter how much many of us like to pretend that we have our lives under control, the simple fact of the matter is: we don’t…and we probably never will. It is not that we are necessarily doing anything ...

Gold Diggers of 1933

We’re in the money!  We’re in the money!   Well, not everyone, but that doesn’t mean the star-studded comic song-and-dance spectacle of following the exploits of chorus girls Polly, Carol, and Trixie around New York City while they scratch about trying to land parts in the next BIG Broadway  ...

flight of phoenix bluray.jpgThere’s no aliens invading or giant tsunami waves or even an earth-killing meteor on its way. No, this classic keeps it simple. With Robert Aldrich in the director’s chair and Hollywood legend, James Stewart, leading the charge, The Flight of the Phoenix is a well-written, old-school disaster movie ...

Angels Hard As They Come (1972)

“Screw the heat.  We don’t stop for nobody!” Wine.  Women.  Whiskey.  And weed.  Sounds like a good time, right?  It isn't.  Angels Hard As They Come, a biker exploitation classic with original music by Carp, should know.  Things don't go as planned. ...

Monsieur Beaucaire

“Talk to me later. I’m killing myself.” With a noose hanging around his neck, dramatically (and quite insincerely) calling out the name of the gorgeous chambermaid he is in love with, this is probably one of the most brilliantly understated ways of introducing Bob Hope’s title character in Monsieur ...

The Brain Eaters (1958)Spellbinding science fiction doesn’t get any more outrageous than it does here in The Brain Eaters, a 61-minute schlocky shocker from the Drive-In era of B-flicks.  This is what happens when Small Town, America finds itself at the center of a UFO invasion!  Hide the jars of pickles, Ma and  ...

Armaguedon (1977)Oh, the power of the media! Many have used it for good, but others, like Louis Carrier (Jean Yanne) realize its potential to generate fear and garner much attention. He is not a psychopath carrying out a lifelong scheme, but rather, Carrier is what you would call a victim of society. Living in poverty  ...

Stage Fright: The Warner Archive Collection

Cue the music and pull back the “safety curtain.” You are in for a fun one.  It is one of the most over-looked projects in Alfred Hitchcock’s filmography, but Stage Fright, has no shortage of suspense from the master himself. In this piece of theater, virtually every character plays the roles of  ...

Le Cercle Rouge: The Criterion Collection"When men, even unknowingly, are to meet one day, whatever may befall each, whatever the diverging paths, on the said day, they will inevitably come together in the red circle." ...

Bury Me An Angel (1971)

Dag Bandy means business! Opening with a wild party in which stoned bikers try to bed a bunch of women, Bury Me An Angel pulls a quick double-cross on its audience as the party ends when someone’s head gets blown clean ...

Rich And Strange (1931)

“I like being shipwrecked!” As far as Hitchcock romantic comedies go, well…you probably did not even know one existed! (I did not even know one existed). In fact, the whole idea that Alfred Hitchcock has quite a few comedies credited to his filmography seems more unnerving than any of his ...

Man on the Moon: 2K Restoration

“You’re insane…but you might also be brilliant.” When does a joke go on for too long? Isn’t the point to make the audience laugh? If you’re a comedian, then the answer to the latter would most likely be “yes.” But if you’re Andy Kaufman, then the answer is “no.” He never claimed to be a  ...

RoboCop - 4K Ultra HD Limited Edition

“Dead or alive, you are coming with me.” When I first heard those words coming out from the lips of RoboCop (Peter Weller), I was hooked.  Instantly.  There was no looking back for this fat kid: RoboCop, making its debut in 1987, would be my summertime jam.  The film might have been a surprise hit ...

Because of You (1952)Loretta Young is a wholesome brunette no more!  As a naive blonde bombshell, this one-time gangster’s moll finds herself with a deep, dark secret.  Because of You is the film that launched Tony Bennett's career as the title song became his first Number 1 hit, but it is also progressive for its era ...

Ghostbusters AfterlifeWow.  A HUGE existential hurdle has just been crossed by a person who was raised on the set of the original film.  Makes sense then that the Ghostbusters story here in Ghostbusters: Afterlife is told from the viewpoint of a child discovering the truth about their own ghostbusting grandpa ...

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