Blu-ray Review: Man Hunt (1941) - Twilight Time Limited Edition

Adolf Hitler is "sporting stalked" by Captain Thorndike in this Fritz Lang-directed World War II thriller, but the Nazis turn the tables on Thorndike.

DVD Review: The Vanishing (1988) - The Criterion Collection

The recently-deceased Dutch filmmaker George Sluizer crafted an atypical abduction mystery in 1988 that remains unnerving to this day.

Blu-ray Review: The Blob (1988) - Twilight Time Limited Edition

A 5,000 copy limited release, this '80s throwback stars Kevin Dillon and Shawnee Smith as high school kids battling a mysterious mound of pink slime.

Blu-ray Review: Sundays and Cybele - The Criterion Collection

Though it's subject matter will understandably be off-putting for many, this story of an ambiguous relationship between an adult man and a prepubescent girl carries an undeniable emotional pull.

Blu-ray Review: Born Yesterday (1950) - Twilight Time Limited Edition

Remade wanly in 1993 with Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, the 1950 original starring Judy Holliday and William Holden is the way to go.

Blu-ray Review: The Man from Laramie - Twilight Time Limited Edition

This 1955 Western starring James Stewart looks and sounds tremendous with a new 4K transfer from the original negative and a lossless surround mix.

New Music for Old People: ZZ Hill, Rev. Gary Davis, Curtis Stigers, Andy Stochansky and More

We mark the end of the week with an eclectic selection of tunes, including tracks from Tori Alamaze, Nick Lowe, Jimmy Eat World, and so much more.

Album Review: Leonard Cohen - Popular Problems

Cohen still knows how to effortlessly meld everything from gospel, blues and country to folk, disco and funk. And he still manages to seem simultaneously confessional and enigmatic.

New Music for Old People: Sean Rowe, Bobby Purify, Jem, Kat Edmonson and More

Another week full of great music you've just been waiting to hear. Happy Friday.

Blu-ray Review: Sleeping Beauty (1959) - Diamond Edition

Disney's 1959 animated classic looks terrific in high definition, but hold onto your 2008 Platinum Edition release (now out of print) as it contains a larger amount of supplemental features.

DVD Review: Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever - Three-Disc Edition

The complete classic 1983 special debuts on DVD, boasting memorable performances as well as relics from the era. Two additional discs are packed with bonus materials.

Music Review: Ray Charles - Genius Loves Company - 10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Bonus tracks and a nearly hour-long documentary are the supplements that help commemorate the tenth anniversary of Charles' multiple Grammy-winning duets album.

New Music for Old People: Al Green, Crush Luther, Ike and Tina Turner, Lee Roy Parnell and More

We are back to business as usual this week with another well-curated batch of new music for your enjoyment...

Bentley's Bandstand: October 2014

Music industry veteran Bill Bentley is back with the cream of the crop of October's new releases.

The Pop Group to Reissue We Are Time in October

Formed in 1977 with five musicians, they crafted an avant-garde style of rock that incorporated elements of free-style jazz, the punk style of the time, and mixed in a healthy dose of funk.

Album Review: Dave Ray - Legacy

A 55-track collection, due October 27. Taken together, the three CDs suggest that Ray remains seriously underappreciated.

A Chat With The Knick Writer-Producer Steven Katz

Take a step back in time to 1900 New York City with The Knick writer and supervising producer Steven Katz.

Blu-ray Review: La Bamba - Twilight Time Limited Edition

One of the most exciting, heartfelt rock biopics ever made, the Ritchie Valens story receives a fresh, high definition makeover courtesy of boutique label Twilight Time.

Blu-ray Review: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre - 40th Anniversary Collector's Edition

This anniversary edition boasts a 4K transfer of the 40 year old classic that looks better than any previous home video iteration. A lossless 7.1 remix and hours of extras make this impossible to pass up.

New Music for Old People: A Blast From the Past #2 - Everybody Covers Someone Sometime

Another blast from the past as we re-live Covers Week! These are great fun, whether you're revisiting them or hearing them for the very first time.

The Babys Reunite for I'll Have Some of That!
No John Waite on this partial reunion record, but original band members Tony Brock and Wally Stocker have done what they can with a couple new members. Mission Accomplished by Edge of Tomorrow's Blu-ray Extras
Warner Home Video has enlisted a modest set of special features that includes a detailed behind-the-scenes documentary focusing on director Doug Liman. Digital HD Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past
The Blu-ray and DVD is available October 14, but you can currently purchase the latest mutant epic as a Digital HD download. Blu-ray Extras on Godzilla (2014) Bring Monsters to Life
Despite the lack of a historical retrospective, this release of Hollywood's latest remake of the Toho classic comes with a better-than-average set of extras. Destiny Gets a Newsweek Collector's Edition and Live-Action Trailer
The upcoming first-person shooter video game Destiny has joined the illustrious company of Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, and the son of God as the subject of an Official Collector’s Edition of Newsweek magazine. Giveaway: Baby Blues - Blu-ray - Enter by September 20, 2014
Two will win this atmospheric horror thriller on Blu-ray, courtesy of Well Go USA. All-New on DVD: Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon
Old school animated production mostly sits the top-billed characters on the sidelines in favor of a witch's daughter and a baby dragon. Eagle Rock Issues Little Feat Live in Holland 1976 - CD/DVD
Classic set taped at the Dutch PinkPop Festival during the band's Lowell George prime. Singer-Songwriter Vincent Poag Releases Sophomore Album, For the Girls
The Dylan-influenced New Yorker follows up his well-received debut Circling Back with 13 new songs. Giveaway: Almost Human - Blu-ray - Enter by July 1, 2014
One young couple must save the world from a voracious alien, who also happens to be their best friend. Two will win the new horror shocker, recently released by IFC Midnight and MPI Media Group. June 2014 Limited Edition Blu-ray Releases from Twilight Time
An overview of the latest five releases from the specialty label: The Train (1964), The Mechanic (1972), Resurrected (1989), Heaven Knows, Mr. Allison (1957), The Man from Laramie (1955). Blu-ray Giveaway: Capital + Amen - Enter by June 25, 2014
Three winners will win both these gripping films, new to Blu-ray, by director Costa-Gavras. Capital stars Gabriel Byrne, Amen stars Mathieu Kassovitz. Giveaway: McCanick - Blu-ray - Enter by June 9, 2014
McCanick stars David Morse and Cory Monteith (in his final film role). Two will win the Blu-ray.

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