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The Cranes Are Flying If you need a little culture in your life, check out these fantastic Criterion Collection releases! Paris is Burning - dive into the New York drag scene, shining a light on LGBT culture 30 years ahead of its time. If you've ever spilled the tea, thrown shade, or looked fierce, you've been influenced by this film; Czech filmmaker Karel Zeman's Three Fantastic Journeys takes you on a travel through time, through the mind of Jules Verne, and along for the ride with Baron Munchausen in this triple feature; The Cranes Are Flying is a Soviet impressionist feature following the young woman Veronika as she experiences the suffering and loss of World War II in Russia.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Need to MOVE? The fastest, spikiest mammal in the world is here to help! Sonic the Hedgehog - Jim Carrey leads the cast of this adaptation of Sega's little blue mascot (voiced by Ben Schwartz); Adam Sandler gives a tour de force performance as a gambling-addicted jeweler in deep with a loan shark in the Safdie Brothers' Uncut Gems; A Hidden Life is Terrence Malick's latest film follows the tribulations of a devout man who refuses to pledge allegiance to the Third Reich; and Bad Boys for Life is the third outing for the Will Smith/Martin Lawrence buddy cop action series.

Finally, who could forget the controversial final (for now) installment of Star Wars? The Rise of Skywalker has been kicking up a stir with critics and fans alike, so see what all the hubbub is about! And frankly, the 4K cover is pretty cool, regardless of the film quality. Check out our forums to stay up-to-date on entertainment news as it develops!

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The Twilight Zone If you feel like you've got cabin fever, check out some new releases to help you make it through the pandemic: The Twilight Zone - Jordan Peele takes the reins from Rod Serling in this re-launch of the classic, mind-bending show full of twists, social commentary, and great guest stars; Kino Lorber started off 2020 with a slew of Spike Lee releases, covering much of his early filmography. Check out our reviews for Mo' Better Blues, Jungle Fever, and Crooklyn.

Finally, Universal has released first run films still in theaters to digital platforms, in order to encourage moviegoers to avoid physical contact. You'll be able to rent films like Trolls 2: World Tour, The Hunt, and Emma on Comcast and Sky. Disney joined in too, releasing Frozen 2 early on Disney+. Check out our forums to stay up-to-date on entertainment news as it develops!

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Kelly Cercone Films are not made by an auteur, but by a dedicated team of specialists and artists who design all aspects of the work. Superstar costumer Kelly Cercone sat down with us to talk about her work in the biggest franchises of all time: The Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars. How do you tell a story with clothing? What separates the design of Loki from Kylo Ren? What's a tableperson? All this and more! Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Interview Database for all the in-depth talks with leading entertainment figures. And don't forget our review section!

X-Men CosplayHalloween and geekdom collide as DVD Talk takes a look at the best cosplay from LACC 2019, with Game of Thrones, Princess Mononoke, Judge Dredd, and more! See our feature here!

John Carpenter's Vampires It's that season again, so get ready for skellingtons, ghosts, and plumpkins: John Carpenter's Vampires - while not the legendary director's greatest work, Carpenter nonetheless crafts an entertaining romp about vampire hunters in the American Southwest; The Dead Don't Die - Jim Jarmusch directs Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Tom Waits, Danny Glover, Selena Gomez, and more against zombies. What more needs to be said?; and if your horror tastes trend more visceral, check out our reviews for Arrow Video's releases of Hellraiser I & II Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.



Do the Right Thing Tired of the same old Summer Blockbusters? Try out some classic, prestige films, courtesy of Criterion: Do the Right Thing - Perfect for summer viewing, Spike Lee's breakout hit about social tensions in a Brooklyn neighborhood on the hottest day of the year is poignant to this day; Klute - Donald Sutherland and Jane Fonda star in this detective noir that examines personal drama of street life; and House of Games - seedy gambling dens, psychology, and conning in David Mamet's first film . Be sure to check out our DVD Talk Review Database for all the latest reviews including an entire section devoted to reviews of DVDs out this week.




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