Who sent the videotapes? Those who were left scratching their heads after "Cache" will get no answer from the DVD -- no alternate endings, no spell-it-out commentaries, no hidden bonus videos. What…
Warners' Clark Gable box comes as a relative disappointment. The six MGM pics make welcome DVD bows, but the extras offered are unworthy of an actor called the King when Elvis was still in diapers.
While Kino's release of two mid-'70s Kinji Fukasaku Yakuza movies picks up the filmography of the Japanese crime master just after one of his career highlights -- the massive, five-pic "Battles…
Microsoft's decision to enter the digital entertainment market with its Zune brand players and software this fall will turn a lot of its partners into competitors.
An entrepreneur in Nanjing has launched an unusual campaign to stamp out Chinese piracy: He's offering pirate retailers the chance to swap fake DVDs for real ones.
The ever-flattening DVD market may have already peaked, but some titles just keep on earning. With most movies, execs are happy if the DVD revenue approaches the film's box office tally. But some…
Sea-Monkeys are swimming their way to the bigscreen. Empire Pictures has struck a deal with Transcience Corp. to develop an animated film and possible franchise from the infamous children's toy line…
E! Entertainment Television finally has hooked up with Apple's iTunes. Cabler announced Thursday that it will offer new episodes of its top-rated series for download at the online musicstore.
European antitrust regulators are investigating whether manufacturers of next-generation DVDs, including Sony and Toshiba, are stifling competition through exclusive contracts with film studios and…
XM Satellite Radio continued to struggle in the second quarter as its net loss shot up 56% to $228 million and the company revised its projected subscriber growth down for the second time this year.
Fans of the Rolling Stones no longer need to buy a ticket to see the band live in concert. For the remainder of their "A Bigger Bang" tour, fans can access a Stones' show through new technology…