Four years after Warner Archive first issued Drop Dead Gorgeous on DVD, the cult classic finally makes its arrival on Blu-ray. The Blu-ray itself is short on special features. There’s an opportunity to add on some supplemental materials. Instead, all we are left with is the theatrical trailer. No commentary or where they are now features. Aside from this, they use a new 1080 master to present the film. What follows is my full review…"Drop Dead Gorgeous Arrives on Blu-ray"
Clueless celebrates its 25th anniversary today and will be marking the milestone with a new Blu-ray and a limited edition steelbook on July 21. The film is also available to purchase today on Digital. Amy Heckerling’s satirical Clueless manages to hold up some 25 years after the theatrical release. The film is pretty dated given the technology but this really doesn’t matter. We are introduced to Cher Horowitz (Alicia Silverstone) as a montage of scenes…"Clueless Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Blu-ray"
Amy Heckerling’s satirical Clueless manages to hold up some 23 years after it’s theatrical release. Yeah, the film is pretty dated given the technology but it doesn’t matter. We are introduced to Cher Horowitz (Alicia Silverstone) as a montage of scenes play out to The Muff’s “Kids in America.” The stereotypical Valley Girl is one of the most popular girls in school, no doubt helped by her litigator father, Mel (Dan Hedaya). She is also…"Clueless holds up 23 Years Later"
While there are some things in the film that haven’t aged well, Drop Dead Gorgeous is still able to offer up a ton of laughs in the dark comedy. A short video introduces us to the Sarah Rose American Teen Princess Pageant hosted by Batman himself, Adam West. The video may not exactly set up the tone for what we’re going to expect but we’re in for a treat. Once those accents start up, we know we’re…"Drop Dead Gorgeous is Campy, Hysterical"