Ghost ‘n Goblins available for iOS and Android devices

Depending on which version of this game it is, you may want to add a case to your device. Check out the official release details below. Ghost ‘n Goblins, the legendary side scrolling action platformer is now available for iOS and Android devices. The arcade classic will have a day one launch price of $.99 across both platforms. After the launch window the game will be available for $1.99 Return to...[Read More]

Pac-Man POP gets new name for ghost

I’m so glad they didn’t choose winky. Official details are below. BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America is welcoming the addition of a new ghost character in the PAC-MAN family, made available exclusively for PAC-MAN Pop! — the free-to-play arcade mobile game available on the App Store and Google Play. The company behind the classic PAC-MAN series is asking for the world’s help in d...[Read More]

Pinocchio – The Walt Disney Signature Collection

A Disney classic turns 77 years old next month and is looking as fresh as ever on Blu-ray. It’s absolutely timeless, folks. Official Synopsis “Pinocchio” tells the tale of wood-carver Geppetto’s beloved puppet who embarks on a thrilling quest – with faithful friend Jiminy Cricket – that tests his bravery, loyalty and honesty, all virtues he must learn to fulfill his heart’s desire: to become...[Read More]

Starcade acquired by Shout! Factory

You magnificent bastards. Can’t wait to see this. Los Angeles (January 10, 2017) – Shout! Factory, a multi-platform media company, has acquired worldwide television format and ancillary rights to the classic TV game show STARCADE from JM Production Company and show creators James Caruso and Mavis E. Arthur. The agreement provides Shout! Factory the rights to develop and produce a reboot of t...[Read More]

Citizen Kane – 75th Anniversary Edition

How did Warner Home Video treat its 75 year old beauty on Blu-ray? Let’s find out. Official Synopsis The film’s central character is powerful publisher Charles Foster Kane, who aspires to be president of the United States. Newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst claimed “Citizen Kane” was a thinly veiled and slanderous account of his own life and sought to use his formidable muscle to halt the f...[Read More]