Last month, "Los Olvidados," Luis Buñuel's 1950 classic, was added to the UNESCO Memory of the World Register, the second film named to a list that includes the Gutenberg Bible. Now Televisa is…
Consider it a low-tech compromise for a high-tech problem. Oscar campaigners are breathing a tentative sigh of relief after the MPAA decided last week to allow studios to send out VHS videocassettes…
Even devout Coen Bros. nuts could be forgiven for feeling neutral upon the 1996 release of their breakthrough Midwestern opera of murder and fanatical politeness. Now, thanks to MGM's Special Edition…
Two decades ago, critics said hello to "Scarface" with all the warmth that Al Pacino, playing Tony Montana, the Cuban-born cocaine sultan of the film's title, dispatched disloyal associates and…
Frightfests come no better than old dark-house chiller "The Haunting." Helmer Robert Wise's fever dream of a film, prominent among batch of genre titles dusted off by Warners, serves to remind an…
Under assault from consumer groups, MPAA topper Jack Valenti Thursday defended the implementation of the broadcast flag, a new federal reg aimed at blocking Internet piracy of digital entertainment.
The first season of "Three's Company" will be released on DVD Nov. 11, with a portion of proceeds being donated to United Cerebral Palsy in memory of star John Ritter.
Blockbuster on Tuesday reported profits up 25% for the third quarter despite lower revenues and a sharp drop in same-store sales. Net earnings for the quarter grew to $63.7 million, compared with $51…
In another global campaign, former South African prexy Nelson Mandela and MTV Networks have joined forces to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
Sketch comedy "In Living Color" and cult sci-fi hour "Roswell" will make the jump to DVD in February.
Illegal downloading of films via the Internet may not be the financial catastrophe many fear, at least not for some time.
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