The scoop on upcoming DVD and Blu-ray releases.
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Reviews of Universal Classic Monsters, Sholem Aleichem, and Give Me the Banjo, plus a full list of video reviews from the Apr. 1 issue.
Bernstein’s photos, Griffin on how to say it, heavy going from Norton, zig-zagging with Sawyer, Tracy Thompson on The New Mind of the South, Van Horn considers those who are “working scared”
Forging bonds with Aicher, stuck in the Bahamas with a billionaire, a well-crafted plot in the reign of Mary Tudor, and home run in time for baseball season
The Myth of Superman, a testament to Lerer’s passion, Sloan’s Fluency of Light is beautifully written, memoirist Volk on how Elsa Schiaparelli changed her life, and Zarra’s practical guidelines mostly boil down to common sense
The latest Mas Arai should expand Hirahara’s, readership, a new title for die-hard Hopkinson fans, a front-row seat to observe Parisian life over the ages
A beautiful historical set in 1832 London, a tale of romance set on Cape Cod, a woman runs from the city to find love and peace in Kentucky country