• Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Red Band Trailer

    Frances McDormand, joyous tidings on the anniversary of your birth! In honor of your birthday, I’m giving myself the gift of another viewing of my favorite movie preview of the year — the red band trailer for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.  This trailer for the October 13th release...
  • Who Done It? (1942)

    Most casual film fans know exactly one Abbott and Costello film — Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein.  That’s a fine film and a near-perfect blending of the Universal horror aesthetics and Bud and Lou’s burlesque slapstick.  But, (and I know this is heresy) it is not the team’s best...
  • Garv’s Pick of the Week: The Bird With the Crystal Plumage (Arrow Video)

    Ciao, fellow cinephiles. This space will be reserved for Blu-Ray and DVD recommendations from each week’s new releases.  “Garv’s Pick of the Week” will be the title I would choose if I could only purchase one title that particular week.  Of course, since I am a compulsive film collector,...
  • Severin Films offer the Necro Bundle!

    Euro-horror Fans, Yesterday, Severin Films announced that they would be releasing Joe D’Amato’s 1979 Italian gross-out Beyond the Darkness on blu-ray on July 25th.  Quickly, thereafter, they detailed a special Necro Bundle on their Facebook page.  Below is the description of the special package of limited-edition extras.  You don’t usually...
  • John Wayne Seafaring Blu-Rays Coming!

    Ahoy, John Wayne fans! The Warner Archive will release an action-packed pair of seafaring adventures starring the Duke this summer.  Both Blood Alley (1955) and The Sea Chase (also 1955) will debut on blu-ray in the next month or so (release date T.B.A.).  Here are the details direct from the Warner...
  • Welcome to the Bottom Shelf!

    Greetings, fellow cinephiles, Welcome to It Came From The Bottom Shelf!, a movie recommendation site, focusing on forgotten classics, lesser-known gems, and oddball discoveries.  You won’t find discussion here of acknowledged classics, such as Citizen Kane, Lawrence of Arabia, and The Wizard of Oz.  Nor are you likely to...
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William T. Garver (a.k.a. garv), formerly of, is the one-man band behind It Came From the Bottom Shelf!

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