After waiting 19 years for the next "Indiana Jones" release, many fans were disappointed with the franchise's fourth (but likely not final) installment. The new two-disc DVD set, although excellent…
In an offer that movie buffs can't refuse, the Godfather trilogy received a digital makeover and has been repackaged on Paramount DVD and Blu-Ray. Already released as a 5-disc set in 2001, the new…
Rhino Records kicks off its new Rock 'n Roll Cinema DVD series with the long-awaited homevideo debut of the cult classic "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains."
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"The Big Lebowski's" 10th anni arrives with a triple-dip double-disc DVD that will have fans of the immortal Coen brothers comedy stoked.
Michigan has played diverse roles in past Hollywood shoots.
The documentary "The Power of Song" -- chronicling the life of left-wing folk singer Pete Seeger -- receives a cursory DVD treatment, with extras that highlight Seeger's earthy, everyman qualities…
Former Replacements frontman Paul Westerberg is the latest music iconoclast to tinker with some creative (and cheap) digital distribution. His latest album is a 44-minute Amazon download listed as a…
"Batman: Gotham Knight" is a collection of six interconnected short films that take place between "Batman Begins" and its upcoming sequel, "The Dark Knight." Despite efforts to give the character a…
A could-be-cult item with promising homevid potential, the box office non-starter "Charlie Bartlett" has its fans, but they have little to cheer about on this DVD release.
Fox Searchlight's Spanish-language specialty pic "Under the Same Moon," tried to court a wide audience in theaters and came up short. However, family audiences will likely discover the crowd-pleasing…
Fans of Wong Kar Wai's Hong Kong films will find much to enjoy about "Nights," whose beautiful sights (courtesy of lenser Darius Khondji) look nearly as good on TV as they did in theaters. However…