On June 5, 2012, Image Entertainment is releasing a complete Blu-ray box set collection of the groundbreaking classic TV series, The Twilight Zone. At 24 discs deep, that’s nearly 75 straight hours of vintage weird.
Comedian Bill Cosby was at his best when he created the animated series’ Fat Albert & the Cosby Kids. Cosby’s cast of funked-up seventies cartoon kids featured funny, unforgettable characters & was somehow always educational. This new sixteen-disc collection covers all their antics starting with debut episodes dating all the way back to 1972.
John Wayne was and is among the greatest Hollywood icons to ever grace the silver screen. Now the 10 biggest films from this larger-than-life cowboy have been collected into a complete set. They include:The Big Trail, Red River, Legend Of The Lost, The Horse Soldiers, Oscar-nominee The Alamo, and more.
There are three definitive Vietnam war movies. Apocalypse Now, The Deer Hunter, and Stanley Kubrick’s 1987 masterpiece Full Metal Jacket, which many critics and connoisseurs have argued is the hands down best ‘Nam flick of all. Pre-order this 25th anniversary Blu-ray edition with enhanced hi-def picture and sound and watch it again, it’ll blow your mind.
When Paul Newman and Robert Redford teamed up for the period crime-comedy The Sting in 1973, they were Hollywood superstars in their prime. The movie won seven Oscars and Redford was even nominated for Best Actor in his performance as a 1930s Chicago hustler. Surprisingly he was beat out by some other dude in a movie about a guy who hitchhikes across the country to find a cat named Tonto. This re-mastered Blu-ray disc is bound to make the two co-stars look even more handsome than you remember.
Yes, you can store all your important files, music, and media in the cloud. But certain things, like the best stupid movies of all time are better kept in hard copy. Monty Python & The Holy Grail comes out on Blu-ray on March 6, 2012. Get it. Then put it up there on the shelf with Airplane, Kentucky Fried Movie, Blazing Saddles, Up In Smoke, well, you get the idea.
Detective Theo Kojak was the star of one the 70s most progressive TV-cop series. If you were a fan of this big, bald, Greek, lollipop sucking, New York City cop played by Telly Savalas, you also know there were a bunch of Kojak movies. If you didn’t, now you do. This new collection includes all 8 Kojak flicks including 1973’s The Marcus-Nelson Murders, the film that launched the TV show.
The original Battlestar Galactica was only on TV for a little over a year. Even still a global audience has been watching it in syndication for the past 30 years. It was conceived in the wake of Star Wars’ success but failed to create the same stellar appeal. Maybe you disagree. If so, order up this 6-disc set and host your own BG marathon anytime you feel the urge.
Before Robert DeNiro skidded into his current role as an unfunny old Focker he was in some great movies. The Deer Hunter is one of the best. Christopher Walken, whose career has fared much better over the years, is in it too – and he is, as always, his batshit crazy self. It’s a story about coming home from war but never really being home again. Watch it in Blu-ray. You’ll be moved.
Maybe you’ve wondered why rappers refer to the police as Five-O. Well, it’s a reference to the classic TV cop series Hawaii Five-O. If you want to learn more about this influential series, or just see classic footage of Honolulu in the 70s, scoop up the complete series and post-up on the couch for the long haul. The show ran for 12 years, so there are a whopping 72 discs in the set.