Michael Gambon

“Victoria & Abdul” celebrate their friendship in December

October 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment has added the heartwarming and uplifting story, Victoria & Abdul to its roster, bringing the film to Blu-Ray Disc and DVD in December. Victoria & Abdul is the extraordinary true story of an unexpected [...]

“Churchill’s Secret” will be unveiled in September.

August 11, 2016 // 0 Comments

PBS Distribution has just announced the upcoming DVD release of the Masterpiece movie Churchill’s Secret, scheduling it for release in September. The action opens in the summer of 1953. Churchill (Michael Gambon), age 78, is prime minister for the [...]

PBS shows us “Fortitude” on Blu-Ray and DVD

March 13, 2015 // 0 Comments

PBS Distribution has just announced the upcoming release of Fortitude, preparing a Blu-Ray and a DVD version of the television show. The dark drama series set in the melting Artic, featuring psychological and thriller elements, tells the story of the [...]

The King's Speech

April 11, 2011 // 0 Comments

"The King's Speech" arrives with a lot of acclaim, naturally. Glowing reviews and a series of awards have been bestowed upon the movie that is now arriving in high definition, courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment. I have not had the chance [...]

The Book Of Eli

July 7, 2010 // 0 Comments

The Hughes Brothers' movie "The Book of Eli" did not really stir up much of an interest in me when I saw theatrical trailers some time back. While the post-apocalyptic theme does have its appeal, for some reason someone was missing from the [...]

Sleepy Hollow

July 24, 2006 // 0 Comments

Tim Burton's version of the American fairy tale of the Headless Horseman by Washington Irving, "Sleepy Hollow" is an atmospheric film, richly textured and carefully orchestrated. Of course, I was eager to see how this beautiful film would [...]

Being Julia

May 4, 2005 // 0 Comments

Let’s just get this out of the way before we start: Annette Bening was robbed at this year’s Oscars. While the individual eventually awarded the statuette gave a terrific performance in their film (so I don’t name names), it just can’t hold a [...]

Charlotte Gray

July 15, 2002 // 0 Comments

Based on the novel by Sebastian Faulks and directed by Gillian Armstrong, the World War Two drama ’Charlotte Gray’ is a film with much potential. Full of sweeping vistas and heartfelt performances, the movie looks and sounds grand but is ultimately [...]