Olive Films continues their upgraded Signature series with yet another impressive repackaging of a prior release.
The Legend of Hell House is a regrettably just-competent adaptation of a great American horror novel.
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry boasts its fair share of quotable dialogue ranging between wistful philosophizing, off-the-cuff calumny, and cornball caricature.
Maybe because How Green Was My Valley doesn’t delve as deeply into the heart of darkness as Ford did in his earlier The Grapes of Wrath, it remains one of his most curiously underrated films.
Olive Films offers the long cut with the Scottish accents intact, and in 1080p, it looks, well, it looks really, really depressing.
Some long overdue appreciation is due for the best American example of a cinematic tale of the undead from the 1980s.
Producer Irwin Allen’s first of a neverending cycle of disaster epics is a guilty pleasure to end all guilty pleasures.
The new edition of The Poseidon Adventure is as hefty as Shelly Winters.