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 Review :: The Hospital

Review :: The Hospital

By Greg Vellante | Jan 16
Written by acclaimed writer Paddy Chayefsky, "The Hospital" is a biting social commentary and twisted satire from 1971. Now available in a limited-edition Blu-ray release from Twilight Time Movies.

 Review :: Wuthering Heights

Review :: Wuthering Heights

By Greg Vellante | Jan 16
Certainly one of the less-considered "Wuthering Heights" adaptations, the 1970 version of Emily Brontë's famous literary work comes to Twilight Time Movies.

 Review :: Jesus Meets the Gay Man

Review :: Jesus Meets the Gay Man

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 16
It's like watching a rainbow version of "Reefer Madness," if "Reefer Madness" had been put through a variety show blender.

 Review :: Blade Runner 2049

Review :: Blade Runner 2049

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 16
You know this edition belongs in your collection next to the five-Blu-ray Collector's Edition of the first film, but does it really and truly earn its place there? The answer is: Yes -- yes it does. What's more, this film stands on its own.

 Review :: The Post

Review :: The Post

By Robert Nesti | Jan 12
When it comes to a perfectly calibrated film going experience, "The Post" more than delivers.

 Review :: French Kisses

Review :: French Kisses

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jan 12
This is a curated compilation of six sexy French short LGBT movies that range from light-hearted comedy to rather melodramatic fare that are all rather entertaining in their own way.

 Review :: The Commuter

Review :: The Commuter

By Greg Vellante | Jan 12
Liam Neeson stars in "The Commuter," a ridiculous movie that never ceases to be an absolute blast. In other words, it's exactly what a pulpy January release should be.

 Review :: Saturday Church

Review :: Saturday Church

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jan 12
14-year-old Ulysses is struggling with his sexual identity. He finds his answers are all there in a West Village Church - but without even a hint of religion, in this cute and compelling drama.

 Review :: The Breakfast Club

Review :: The Breakfast Club

By Greg Vellante | Jan 9
John Hughes' iconic "The Breakfast Club," one of the greatest high school movies ever made, comes to Criterion Collection.

 Review :: Alice

Review :: Alice

By Greg Vellante | Jan 9
Continuing its affection for Woody Allen, Twilight Time has restored and released his 1990 film, "Alice," starring Mia Farrow, William Hurt and Alec Baldwin.

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