RSS

Home Movies / Out On Digital

Recently released on Blu-ray and DVD: From the Land of the Moon; Aquarius; The Last Laugh; Kill, Baby, Kill. Read more

Home Movies

Recent Blu-ray and DVD releases include: Based on E.M. Forster’s posthumously published novel, Maurice, Hugh Grant plays a sharp-witted man, steeped in Grecian ideals, who dares to express love Platonic and erotic with a fellow student (Jam... Read more

Home Movies

Recent Blu-ray and DVD releases include: Dare to Drum documents the creative process between the Dallas-based percussion ensemble D’Drum, Police drummer Stewart Copeland and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra; The Island of Dr. Moreau, starring ... Read more

Home Movies

Recent Blu-ray and DVD releases include: “Riverdale: The Complete First Season," which promises David Lynch and delivers “Peyton Place" in its depiction of the shadows and scandals of small-town life with characters taken from Archie ... Read more

Home Movies

Barton Fink Mosquitos and blank white pages torment the writer Barton Fink. He was a rising, socially conscious playwright, the hottest toast on Broadway, but in a Faustian bargain, he’s under,Home Movies / Out On Digital Read more

Home Movies

Whale Rider Film takes us to places we could never see and into lives we would never encounter. Niki Caro’s wondrous 2002 film Whale Rider does all that and more. Set in New Zealand amid the na,Home Movies / Out On Digital Read more

Home Movies

Recent Blu-ray and DVD releases include the Italian sex comedy-drama La Seduzione, a Hannah Arendt documentary, the lost German classic Variete and Emmy-winning performances by Harvey Korman on “The Carol Burnett Show." Read more

Home Movies

Recent Blu-ray releases include director John Hughes’ Prizzi’s Honor, the documentary Obit., the Estonian war movie 1944 and the Eagles of Death Metal concert documentary I Love You All the Time: Live at the Olympia in Paris Read more

Home Movies

Several documentaries have just been released on DVD or Blu-ray, including Kansas vs. Darwin, Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary, I Am the Blues and Alive and Kicking. Read more

Home Movies

The documentary Behind the Mask, the mockumentary Psychoanalysis and the Cold War espionage thriller Night People have been released on DVD or Blu-ray. Read more

Home Movies

Three of Bob Hope’s films including two of his best (My Favorite Brunette, Road to Rio) have been released on Blu-ray, along with the Showtime series “The Borgias: The Complete Series." Read more

Home Movies

Reviews of new DVD and Blu-ray releases of Joan Miró: The Ladder of Escape, Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia, The Hound of the Baskervilles and The Wild, Wild West Revisited / More Wild, Wild West. Read more

Home Movies

The award-winning indie psycho-drama Wichita, the ’70s cop movie Brannigan and the 1970 production of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters have been released on DVD or Blu-ray. Read more

Home Movies

Reviews of recent DVD and Blu-ray releases, including “Hee Haw: Pfft! You Was Gone!," Paul Simon, The Concert in Hyde Park and Alone in Berlin. Read more

Home Movies

In Gauguin: Maker of Myth, canvas after canvas fills the frames of this documentary on one of the great visionaries of modern art, Paul Gauguin. Read more

Home Movies

New out on digital in June 2017. Read more

Home Movies

The Sheik (1921) became Rudolph Valentino’s most memorable movie, trading on lacquered Orientalism and a vision of dangerous male sexuality unbridled by civilization, western or otherwise. Box-office success led to the 1926 sequel, The Son ... Read more

Home Movies

Two new DVD releases of Frank Sinatra’s Timex-sponsored TV specials have been released: “The Frank Sinatra Collection: The Timex Shows Vol. 1" and “The Frank Sinatra Collection: The Timex Shows Vol. 2." Read more

Home Movies

In this French film, Things to Come, Nathalie’s ordered life as a philosophy lecturer begins to unravel. Isabelle Huppert leads the cast in fine, low-key performances. Read more

Home Movies

Two massive new DVD sets collect classic police dramas from the 1960s and ’70s, “The Streets of San Francisco" and “Mannix." Read more

Home Movies

SOCIAL UPDATES