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John Latchem

Managing Editor


A graduate of UCLA, John Latchem worked as a newspaper editor and did freelance work for such publications as The Hollywood Reporter before joining Home Media Magazine in 2005. He serves as editor of the reviews, TV DVD and research sections, as well as the annual Home Media Insider consumer issue that coincides with San Diego Comic-Con International.


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Turner, Unisoft Team For Game/DVD   6 Sep, 2005
By: John Latchem

GameTap Entertainment launches with exclusive 'Myst V' documentary.

<I>Kronk's New Groove</I> News
Disney's Animation Groove   1 Sep, 2005
By: John Latchem

Dec. 13 the company mounts another direct-to-video effort with Kronk's New Groove, a sequel...more >>

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'Batman Begins' Swoops Onto DVD Oct. 18   16 Aug, 2005
By: John Latchem

Another piece of the fourth-quarter DVD puzzle fell into place with Warner Home Video's...more >>

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie News
&lsquo;Mr. & Mrs. Smith&#39; Coming Home   4 Aug, 2005
By: John Latchem

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is bringing the early summer hit Mr. & Mrs. Smith...more >>

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Ready, Set, Hike!   24 Jun, 2005
By: John Latchem

Paramount Home Entertainment is releasing the remake The Longest Yard on DVD Sept. 20.

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It's a Ringer!   15 Jun, 2005
By: John Latchem

The tale of the cursed videotape continues with DreamWorks' The Ring Two -- and its Japanese...more >>

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The Duke is on AMC   14 Jun, 2005
By: John Latchem

Cable channel AMC signs an agreement with Paramount to air 32 classic John Wayne films, two of...more >>

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Illinois Mulling Game Sale Restrictions   30 May, 2005
By: John Latchem

The Illinois State Senate May 19 approved a version of Gov. Rod Blagojevich's proposal to...more >>

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Blockbuster Offers PSP   18 May, 2005
By: John Latchem

More than 4,400 Blockbuster stores around the country will carry PlayStation Portable games for...more >>

Scene from <I>Constantine</I> News
Keanu's 'Constant' Hell   18 May, 2005
By: John Latchem

Keanu Reeves' streak of playing otherworldly characters, from 'The Devil's Advocate' to the...more >>