Wednesday, July 22, 2015

News and Notes, July 2015



Going to the movies is becoming a bit more affordable thanks to Dealflix, a new service that offers discounts on tickets and snacks. Click here to find a participating theater in your area.






Hey Mulholland Drive fans, Criterion has scheduled that deluxe Blu-ray edition you've been waiting for. Look for it October 27, 2015.






GetTV is a new way for cord-cutters to get their fix of classic movies. Now broadcasting in most markets, you can find your local affiliate here.






The BBC has come up with a new list of the 100 Greatest American Films. 





1 comment:

Paul van Yperen said...

Excellent pick of the BBC. Lots of films of Welles, Kubrick, Scorsese, Ford, Coppola, Hitchcock, Wilder, even Murnau. Ok, the usual suspects, but always good. Some surprises: films by Charles Burnett, Maysles Brothers, Maya Deren, and Harold Ramis (Yes, I love Groundhog day)! I could do without Heavens Gate, Birth of a Nation, Koyaanisqatsi and Johnny Guitar. Underrated: Howard Hawks, Coen Brothers and Pixar. Fun list.

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