The Jim Henson classic returns in a 4K restoration to dazzle anew.
A pure epic, The Right Stuff’s 30th Anniversary release on Blu-ray is a must-own classic.
Original slasher classic Halloween scares up great thrills ahead of the season’s name it bears in this 35th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray
A breakthrough film in many respects, The Jazz Singer was the first feature-length movie with synchronized sound. Based on the real-life story of legendary entertainer Al Jolson, the restoration of this 85 year-old film is superb. Be advised that most of the film is silent with titles and it does have a few scenes with Jolson in “blackface”.
This 1967 musical starring Richard Harris and Vanessa Redgrave is flawed and nowhere near as memorable as classics like The Sound of Music or West Side Story, but its gorgeous visuals and A-list cast make it worth renting nonetheless.
A powerful performance by Denzel Washington and sympathetic direction by Spike Lee drive this epic biopic of the controversial Malcolm X arriving in this Blu-ray Book release from Warner ahead of Black History Month.
This classic World War II film looks at the Pearl Harbor bombing from both U.S. and Japanese perspectives and features a grand finale that garnered an Academy Award for visual effects.
Mix yourself a “Caucasian” and relax man; this Blu-ray Book of The Big Lebowski, one of the funniest films of all time, is packed with hours of extras.
The Duke delivers a typical Wayne performance in this 50th anniversary reissue of an exciting Western. The action is nonstop, the score pulse-pounding, and the Old West scenery, magnificent.
A classic study in the sweet science of pool is reissued in Blu-ray by 20th Century Fox. The performances by Paul Newman and Jackie Gleason are definitive.