MEXICO CITY-- Mexico's largest cable operator, Cablevision Mexico, has inked a deal with SeaChange Systems for VOD services.
Voiceover: The French are at it again, complaining about the Anglo-fication of the world and, by extension, the relegation of French culture to the fringes.
Even creepier viewing at home, this intimate story of a child molester (Kevin Bacon) struggling to cope with his freedom -- and demons -- upon release from prison is complemented by minimal, yet…
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The sentiments are noble, but the extras less than entertaining on this disc. Helmer Terry George flatly interviews former hotel manager Paul Rusesabagina about the historical accuracy of individual…
The Lion revisits the original "Amityville Horror," a 1979 zeitgeist hit, in a DVD boxed set that hit shelves shortly before its remake arrived on the bigscreen. Also along for the fright: a pair of…
Rock 'n' roll pic "DIG!," which chronicles the simultaneous blossoming of the Dandy Warhols and the drug-induced destruction of the Brian Jonestown Massacre, is so fully realized that the add-ons…
Fox's "Sideways" disc uncorks mirth-inducing extras that actually top the merrymaking onscreen. Chief among the pleasures: Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church's highly entertaining -- and often…
Upping the ante in the U.S.' burgeoning DVD kiosk market, Gotham-based MoviebankUSA will officially open its first standalone DVD rental store on Houston Street in Soho with a red-ribbon press event…
Los Angeles-based Westlake Entertainment Group has acquired rights to distribute titles from San Diego-based Hollywood Select Video.
Anchor Bay Entertainment is releasing cult-favorite car-chase pic "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry," starring Peter Fonda, Susan George and Vic Morrow, on June 28.