By Al KooperThe wait is over — after a two-week absence, Al is back with an eclectic mix of tunes that's sure…
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Based on true events, Richard Gere shines as Clifford Irving, the author who literally faked an autobiography of someone he never met—Howard Hughes.
Four films directed by one Japan's most important filmmakers, Criterion's Eclipse Series continues to keep overlooked obscurities in wide release.
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The wait is over — after a two-week absence, Al is back with an eclectic mix of tunes that's sure to please. There's something here for everyone, so grab the headphones and enjoy.
The seventh film in the series based on Clive Barker's characters debuts on Blu-ray with a surprisingly strong presentation.
The respected blues powerhouse that is Buddy Guy has added another feather in his illustrious cap by the discovery of magical guitarist, Quinn Sullivan. The real surprise? The kid's only 14-years old.
Five years before his untimely death, Elvis Presley entered the Stax recording studios in Memphis to record a series of tracks over the stretch of 12 days split into two sessions in July and December of 1973.
Director Robert Trachtenberg talks with The Morton Report about the upcoming PBS American Masters profile, "Mel Brooks: Make a Noise," airing on May 20.
Basically a series of Cheech and Chong's greatest bits, animated and strung together, this release benefits from three informative commentary tracks.
A quirky comedy whose quirks feel increasingly forced, but Hugh Laurie, Alia Shawkat, and Leighton Meester all shine.
Co-author J. David Spurlock discusses his latest release, the heavily illustrated biography The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage, Queen of Pin-Up Art, and the difficulties and surprising discoveries he encountered while doing research for the book.
Exclusive to Walmart and Sam's Club, this animated film was produced in South Korea and features voice work by Rob Schneider and Norm MacDonald.
How I Met Your Mother has been nominated for 24 Emmy awards over its run, with a solid win of seven of the category awards. With most successful shows, the main casts are often shored up with peripheral characters that add to the charms of the story lines. How I Met Your Mother is no exception.
A darkly comic tale of infidelity that takes a few suprising turns. Ray Liotta and Laura Linney steal it with finely-tuned supporting turns.
CW Moss discusses the origins of Why Unicorn Drinks, the second volume to feature the adventures of his hapless signature creation, what he hopes his work does for readers, and his immediate plans for the future with The Morton Report columnist Bill Baker.
Despite enthusiastic contributions by Mark Wahlberg as producer and star plus the formidable directorial experience of Allen Hughes, this is a thriller without thrills.
Sam Peckinpah's beautiful mess, this epic Western boasts a great lead performance by Charlton Heston. This limited release offers two different cuts.
The famous cat and mouse depicted as youngster, but still at each other's throats. All 13 first season episodes available on DVD for the first time.
Collectors of the full seasons will have this two-part episode once the fourth season is out, but some exclusive extras make this a nice release.
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