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Lots of good MOD releases this week, including five Joan Crawford classics from Warner Archive and the latest wave of titles in the Sony Choice Collection. We’ll get to those in a second but first, here’s an exciting Blu-ray sneak preview. Amazon is currently taking pre-orders for Warner Archive’s Blu-ray releases of Arthur Hiller’s The Americanization Of Emily with James Garner and Julie Andrews and the 1970 mind-bender Performance starring Mick Jagger, from directors Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg. Neither title has been officially announced by the studio yet and no street date is available, but we’ll keep you posted. I’m particularly excited about Performance, a very weird and underrated movie that deserves a bigger audience. [Read on here...]
Morning, folks! We’re getting an early start on today’s news here at The Bits today…
First up here at the site, Dr. Jahnke has checked in this morning with a brand new installment of his Burnt Offerings MOD DVD column running down the latest deep catalog DVD offerings from the Warner Archive Collection and the Sony Choice Collection. There’s some very cool titles in there this time, including NBC’s fascinating and oft-overlooked science fiction title Search: The Complete Series, so do check it out. [Read on here...]
The various MOD services haven’t exactly hit the ground running in 2014, with only a handful of new releases trickling out each week.
That might be starting to change this week.
Warner Archive has a number of interesting titles and the Sony Choice Collection has five new ones for your consideration. [Read on here...]
Time for this week’s round-up of what’s new in MOD from the Warner Archive Collection. In addition, Sony last week quietly added some new titles to their own MOD program, the Sony Pictures Choice Collection. Don’t forget that the Warner Archive website offers one-stop shopping for Warner, Sony and MGM releases.
WARNER ARCHIVE – NEW THIS WEEK
Black Market Babies (1945) – Another ripped-from-today’s-headlines exploitation expose from Poverty Row studio Monogram Pictures. Ralph Morgan stars as a disgraced, alcoholic doctor who teams up with lowlife Kane Richmond to create a “private maternity ward” for new mothers to dump off their unwanted brats.