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DVD Review: The Bowery Boys – Volume One

The long-awaited digital debut of the legendary low-budget comedy classics is finally here. Read More »

DVD Review: Korg: 70,000 B.C.

A live-action Hanna-Barbera production from 1974, it's a semi-educational Neanderthal series. Read More »

DVD Review: Sealab 2020 – The Complete Series

Another classic Hanna-Barbara gem from the Warner Archive Collection. Read More »

DVD Reviews: Half a Hero & The Great Diamond Robbery

Two previously unavailable Red Skelton movies makes their home video debut. Read More »

DVD Reviews: S.O.B. and Skin Deep (1989)

Two oft-ignored and out-of-print Blake Edwards movies get re-released on DVD-R. Read More »

DVD Review: Living in a Big Way

An enjoyable semi-musical flop from the director of My Man Godfrey. Read More »

DVD Review: The Sky’s the Limit (1943)

Fred Astaire purists can relax: the WWII musical comedy is finally on DVD. Read More »

DVD Review: Tarzan: The First Season – Parts One and Two (1966)

Ron Ely stars in the title role of this dated, politically-incorrect series. Read More »

DVD Review: The Slams

The long overdue, wonderful '70s blaxploitation gem finally gets a release. Happy day! Read More »

DVD Review: Vision Quest (2011 Warner Archive Release)

Hey, I'd starve myself for a young Linda Fiorentino, too. Read More »