The Court Jester is a perhaps a hidden gem of the 1950s, the plot is a bit sitcom-esque in its conveniences but I had a blast with the humor and enjoyed the core cast, especially Danny Kaye and his ability to switch personalities on a dime.
I give a brief breakdown on Mill Creek’s June 7th multi-movie pack releases, specifically Streets of Fear and Midnight Movie Madness. None of these movies are of high-quality and are mainly remembered for the stars sometimes in smaller roles. At basement bargain prices, these might be worthy for collector’s of these cheap sets.
These Sherlock Holmes movies have their place in history and all things considered, I thoroughly enjoyed each one of them. Basil Rathbone is the quintessential British man I’ve always envisioned both polite yet determined while the stories have certain replay value in them. As far as the Blu-ray release goes, the audio and picture are both great given their age and the work UCLA Film & Television Archive did is nothing short of amazing.