Disclosure: I received complimentary products to review and all opinions are my own.
50 Mystery Classics AND 50 Dark Crimes Movies Packs Review + GIVEAWAY
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I've found a great company to get some cool movies or television shows which is called Mill Creek Entertainment! Mill Creek Entertainment is the industry's leading provider of value-priced DVD and Blu-ray features and compilations. They offer something for everyone - from kids to adults - at great affordable prices.
Mill Creek Entertainment's partners include Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Walt Disney Home Entertainment, Warner Home Video, CBS Home Entertain, Cookie Jar Entertainment, DHX Media, Classic Media, Mattel, Carsey-Werner Products, BabyFirst TV and many more.
If you love good old movies like I do you will love this giveaway! There are two sets of movies that I was so excited to review. First of all, I love mysteries and Mystery Classics is a great set with 50 movies that anyone will enjoy. This is a 12-disc set of DVDs and the approximately run time is 62 hours and 8 minutes. You can purchase this set for only $22.48.
Some of the great stars in these movies include Hedy Lamarr, Ray Milland, Basil Rathbone, James Cagney, William Powell, Burgess Meredith, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Lew Ayres, Bela Lugosi, Orson Welles, and many more! I really enjoyed watching a few of these movies so far. There is just something about an intriguing and suspenseful black and white movie that I like! This set would be great to have in your movie collection and includes the following movies:
The second set of movies I got to review are Dark Crimes 50 Movies Set. It is a 12-disc set with an approximate run time of 60 hours and 40 minutes. This set is only $22.48 also and the movies are black and white. These are wonderful suspense-filled movies that will keep you at the edge of your seats. I enjoy this type of movie also and remember watching some of these on late night movies years ago. It was so neat to be able to watch and bring back to life these movies again!
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Some of the stars in these movies are Richard Cromwell, Loretta Young, Edmond O'Brien, Yul Brynner, Lloyd Bridges, Basil Rathbone, Lee J. Cobb, Raymond Burr, Edward G. Robinson, Pat O'Brien, Hedy Lamar, Melvyn Douglas, and Ann Sheridan. Don't you just love these old movie stars? I especially liked Edward G. Robinson in those old gangster movies. This movie set includes the following: