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We’ve got some more release news for you today...
First up, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s Cinema Archives vault and MGM’s Limited Edition Collection have just made another great batch of deep catalog titles available for MOD DVD release (starting today), including Mr. Moto Takes a Chance (1938), The Iron Curtain (1948), Blue Denim (1959), These Thousand Hills (1959), Revolt of the Slaves (1960), Danger Has Two Faces (1966), The Legend of Custer (1968), Foxfire Light (1983), Joshua Then and Now (1985), The Power of One (1992), American Friends (1993), Made in America (1993), That Night (1993), Final Combination (1994), The New Age (1994), Second Best (1994), Carpool (1996), Sunchaser (1996), Breaking Up (1997), and Goodbye Lover (1998). You can find them for sale online via Amazon.com, Screen Archives, TCM, and other media retailers. [Read on here…]
First up today, Dr. Jahnke has turned in a new An Honor to Be Nominated installment of his regular Jahnke’s Electric Theater column here at The Bits, taking a look back at the Coen Brothers’ A Serious Man. It’s a good read about a film that we here at The Bits happen to think is one of the Coens’ best. Anyway, Jahnke’s take is definitely worth your time, so do check it out. Enjoy!
We’ve also got more new announcement news today, but first... for those of you interested in the new Cosmos TV series on Fox, the title just went pup for pre-order on Amazon.com. As we first reported last week here in The Bits, 20th Century Fox is currently working on the release, which we expect to be announced for Blu-ray and DVD in the weeks ahead. You’ll find Fox’s preliminary cover art below. [Read on here...]