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Category Archives: Film
The world of Oz, as created by L. Frank Baum, is rich enough to have spurred dozens of additional works by authors and artists beyond the 14 original books. But none of those works dealt with how the Wizard himself … Continue reading
One of the year’s most critically acclaimed and best reviewed motion picture dramas of the year, Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln” arrives in North America on Blu-ray Combo Pack, Digital and On-Demand platforms on March 26, 2013 and Internationally on Digital HD … Continue reading
Chances are you are reading this post from your mobile device while camped out in front of the store of your choice waiting for the Blu-ray Combo Pack release of Disney’s animated hit (and Academy Award nominee) Wreck-It Ralph. Good. … Continue reading
It must be so much fun to work on a Muppets movie. Just watch this behind the scenes video of Ricky Gervais and Pepe the King Prawn on the set of The Muppets… Again! Disney’s sequel to 2011′s The Muppets … Continue reading
A few lucky preview audiences have already seen Oz the Great and Powerful. While I’ve been avoiding spoiler reviews, I had read that the production is at least on par with Alice in Wonderland. That should be a good sign … Continue reading