Tag Archives: Mill Creek Entertainment

Archie’s Weird Mysteries: The Complete Series / Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century: The Complete Series

New to DVD from Mill Creek Entertainment’s Cookie Jar line are two DIC series that debuted in the late ’90s, Archie’s Weird Mysteries and Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, both collected in their entirety, at 40 episodes on four discs and 26 on three, respectively. Although not that old, they already look incredibly dated,

Heroes of the Old West

One inexpensive way to find out: Mill Creek Entertainment’s release of “Heroes of the Old West.” Let’s run the numbers: For less than $10, you get almost 22 hours of material on four DVDs. That’s 10 feature films, 20 television shows and, hopefully, one happy camper. With the exception of John Wayne in 1963’s “McLintock!,”

Dangerous Babes

But you know that going in. Anyone expecting Oscar-level material from titles like “Hot Target,” “Sextette” and the mega-depressing “Virgin Queen of St. Francis High” is misinformed, if not film-illiterate. Some highlights and/or lowlights from the collection… Having just returned from New Orleans, I opted to begin with 1978’s “French Quarter,” in which underage Trudy

The Last Gun / 4 Dollars of Revenge

Spaghetti Western fans are bound to be disappointed by this double feature, no matter how appealing the packaging for the Mill Creek Entertainment Blu-ray is, which is a lot. The two films just don’t have the balls of Sergio Leone and the like. In fact, for being of the same era as The Man with

Girls, Guns and G-Strings: The Andy Sidaris Collection

Not just the filmmaker, although I certainly miss that, but the man. After I interviewed him a decade ago, he’d call me at home every few months — sometimes to update me on his projects, sometimes to tell me he was sending something my way, and sometimes just to say hello. The guy was nice,

Galaxina / The Crater Lake Monster

“Galaxina” and “The Crater Lake Monster.” Yet here they are, hand in hand, forever preserved in a “Science Fiction Double Feature” from Mill Creek Entertainment. These are the kind of movies I’d never buy separately, but stick them together in one value package, and my Visa card’s already whipped out of the wallet. “Galaxina” was

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