Televisa sudser "Amor real" (Real Love), which wrapped March 4 on U.S. Spanish-lingo net Univision, will bow on DVD Stateside April 26.
For all the hype, the exhibit floor on day one of the 54th edition of the National Show, NCTA's annual cable industry confab, was less crowded than in years past.
The road to copyright violation is sometimes paved with good intentions. Blackside Inc., a Boston-based film company that produced the acclaimed "Eyes on the Prize" television documentary, has…
ITV, Blighty's biggest commercial web, has bagged the highly sought after slot on the fast-growing U.K. digital terrestrial platform, Freeview, following a multi-million pound bidding war.
The extras on “Finding Neverland” only truly soar when Johnny Depp shows his playful side. In blooper after blooper, he cracks up co-stars and crew with flubs and fart machines. But when the cameras…
A disc as light and clunky as the sequel itself serves up two treats: a Cosmo-like quiz to determine whether viewers fancy dreamy Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) or wicked Daniel (Hugh Grant), and an…
Once you get past how impossibly young Neil Patrick Harris looks -- and was -- at the start of "Doogie Howser, M.D.," the skein's grownup appeal shines through the teencentric storylines.
The finale of Antonioni's trilogy of alienation (after "L'Avventura" and "La Notte") remains a keeper, even if this set from the normally unassailable Criterion is not. The film earned a Jury Prize…
Even by the Criterion Collection's towering standard, the label's eight-disc box set devoted to John Cassavetes is an extraordinary event. Picky fans may carp about what's missing, but "John…
In the post-"CSI" era, there's something unexpectedly comforting about seeing bad guys brought to justice by amateurs -- as the four would-be detectives in "Murder, She Wrote" and "The Hardy…
Sony's latest handheld videogame unit, the Playstation Portable (PSP), hasn't been flying off shelves.