With Blacula: The Complete Collection, Eureka Classics brings the ’70s Blaxploitation horror film and its sequel to Blu-ray in time for the holidays.
Disney’s 1997 direct-to-video sequel to their theatrical animated classic makes for wholesome, family friendly entertainment during the holiday season.
Tim Burton’s perennial stop-motion holiday classic that successfully bridges the gap between 31 October and 25 December is now given a cool 3D conversion from Disney in this feature-packed three-disc set from the studio.
Peanuts deluxe holiday collection gathers together the perennial holiday favorites in a nice feature-rich package with spruced up image quality for a family-friendly entertainment option over the holiday season.
The Peanuts gang’s first-ever televised animated special is given a solid 1080p effort from Warner Home Video’s animation department for its Blu-ray debut.
Dr. Seuss’ green meanie tries to steal Christmas away from the Who’s in Whoville in this perennial holiday classic that rails against the encroaching commercialism of Christmastime.
Don’t go into A Christmas Tale expecting a touchy-feely holiday film. This is raw, emotional drama that only takes Christmastime as its vague backdrop and it has been artfully transferred to Blu-ray by Criterion.
This 1994 remake of Miracle on 34th Street leaves much to be desired, but the sights and sounds of the season do look pretty good in 1080p.
Kris Kringle goes on trial to prove there really is a Santa in this enduring 1947 holiday classic making its way onto Blu-ray with its original black and white intact from 20th Century Fox.