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It’s a mixed bag of MOD madness this week, with animation, musicals and some wonders and oddities coming back into print after a long absence. Plus, there’s word of a couple new Blu-ray releases coming from Warner Archive in the near future: the 1955 musical Hit The Deck and John Milius’ The Wind And The Lion with Sean Connery. More on those gems when they arrive but for now, as per usual, click on the sassy l’il banner on this page to head over to the Warner Archive shop and head over to Amazon for all your Fox needs and desires. [Read on here...]
It’s a bit of a slow week for Warner Archive but the next waves of Sony and Fox titles are here to pick up the slack, ready to be manufactured upon your demand.
Visit the Warner Archive shop for all your Warner and Sony needs, Amazon for Fox and add discs a’plenty to your shopping carts. [Read on here...]
This week, the wild world of MOD brings us new titles from Warner Archive, some returning favorites from Paramount (via Warner Archive) and some highly desired classics from 20th Century Fox. As always, Warner Archive discs are available from Ye Olde Warner Shoppe, just a click away thanks to banner magic, and Fox discs are purchasable from Amazon.com. I’m sure there’s something somewhere on this page that’ll get you there. [Read on here...]
Warner Archive’s Blu-ray initiative returns this week, along with their usual assortment of classics and made-for-TV fare on MOD DVD.
Head on over to the WB Shop via the eminently clickable banner below and fill your cart with love…and discs. Mostly discs, really. [Read on here...]
Lots of good MOD releases this week, including five Joan Crawford classics from Warner Archive and the latest wave of titles in the Sony Choice Collection. We’ll get to those in a second but first, here’s an exciting Blu-ray sneak preview. Amazon is currently taking pre-orders for Warner Archive’s Blu-ray releases of Arthur Hiller’s The Americanization Of Emily with James Garner and Julie Andrews and the 1970 mind-bender Performance starring Mick Jagger, from directors Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg. Neither title has been officially announced by the studio yet and no street date is available, but we’ll keep you posted. I’m particularly excited about Performance, a very weird and underrated movie that deserves a bigger audience. [Read on here...]