Tag Archive for 'Meg Ryan'

Celebrate 25 Years Of SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE With A Brand New Blu-ray Release June 26th!

This summer, a beloved romantic comedy that’s remained fresh and charming for 25 years celebrates its silver anniversary. Written and directed by the iconic Nora Ephron (When Harry Met Sally…, Julie & Julia), SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE stars the incomparable romantic duo of Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan (Joe Vs. the Volcano, You’ve Got Mail) in the captivating tale of […]


Innerspace (Blu-ray Review)

When the e-mail for Innerspace came across my e-mail, I got pretty excited.  This is a film I hadn’t revisited since the 80s (Maybe early 90s).  Its one I remember liking quite a bit.  I believe ABC used to run this as their Sunday Night Movie for a couple years straight.  I remember really enjoying […]


The Amityville Horror Trilogy (Blu-ray Review)

The story of the The Amityville Horror has spawned 11 films and many documentaries (including My Amityville Horror which I do highly recommend).  Of those films, Scream Factory is boxing together The Amityville Horror Trilogy, consisting of the first three films in the series.  They work as a trilogy, because of the original 8 canon […]


Hauntingly Awesome Final Details For THE AMITYVILLE HORROR Trilogy Revealed!

It may not have that notable monster or live in infamy for its crazy amount of sequels like Friday the 13th or Halloween, but the Amityville Horror franchise is one to be reckoned with in terms of scares and entries in its saga.  Believe it or not there are 10 of these.  As a part […]


Top Gun (Blu-ray Review)

Celebrating twenty-five years of the need for speed, the action-packed, sexy and breathtaking thrill-ride Top Gun is now available on a Blu-ray/Digital Copy Combo from Paramount Home Entertainment.  The story of an elite group of pilots competing to be the best in their class and earn the title of “Top Gun” captured the imagination of a generation […]


Serious Moonlight (Blu-ray Review)

I’ve grown up watching Meg Ryan and it’s hard to believe she will be 50 this November.  So far, she has had a great acting career, but I don’t believe we’ve seen all the sides of Meg Ryan until now.  Serious Moonlight is simply Meg Ryan’s best performance.  In memory of his wife, Adrienne Shelly, […]