DVD & Blu-Ray Reviews

The Taisho Trilogy

The Taisho Trilogy

A trio of haunting, inventive oddities from one of Japan's most dynamic directors, The Taisho Trilogy is a cinematic tour-de-force.
Terror in a Texas Town

Terror in a Texas Town

A jet noir western with a wonderful Sterling Hayden lead role, Terror in a Texas Town is begging for a rediscovery.
Marriage Italian Style

Marriage Italian Style

Loren, Mastroianni, De Sica... Marriage Italian Style is a cinematic love triangle that has endured wonderfully.
Boccaccio '70

Boccaccio '70

Monicelli, Fellini, Visconti and De Sica directing one film? Boccaccio '70 is an Italian film lover's dream come true.
Sea of Love

Sea of Love

A taut erotic thriller with unexpected heart, Pacino's recovery vehicle Sea of Love holds up well.
Lola

Lola

Perhaps Rainer Werner Fassbinder's most visually arresting work, Lola demands and maintains your attention.
The Sorrow and the Pity

The Sorrow and the Pity

One of the all-time classic war documentaries, Marcel Ophuls' The Sorrow and the Pity is a must.
The Amityville Horror

The Amityville Horror

The director of Cool Hand Luke adds grace and grit to classic horror drama The Amityville Horror. The steelbook Blu-ray is a must.
Patriots Day

Patriots Day

Riveting and heartfelt, Boston marathon bombing drama Patriots Day delivers a shocking message that elevated by incredible spirit.
The Fisher King

The Fisher King

A love story for the outcasts and underdogs, Gilliam's The Fisher King is a magically affecting film experience.
The Bird With The Crystal Plumage

The Bird With The Crystal Plumage

Dario Argento's groundbreaking 'giallo' picture is a touch dated but it remains an immensely stylish, well made, pleasure-filled murder mystery.
Slaughterhouse Five

Slaughterhouse Five

Just as wild and scattershot as Kurt Vonnegut's source novel, George Roy Hill's Slaughterhouse Five is unforgettable.
For Whom The Bell Tolls

For Whom The Bell Tolls

A vintage action picture with emotional intelligence and a brilliant pairing of Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman, For Whom The Bell Tolls still rings true today.
Death in the Garden

Death in the Garden

Bunuel intoxicates his audience with the vibrant jungle romp Death in the Garden. It astounds.
The Great Wall

The Great Wall

Even with Matt Damon in the lead, one of the east's most thrilling filmmakers crashes and burns in a god-awful monster movie.
John Wick: Chapter 2

John Wick: Chapter 2

Like its predecessor, John Wick: Chapter 2 merges a B-movie plot with A-list production values to dizzying, thrilling and often silly effect.
One-Eyed Jacks

One-Eyed Jacks

Marlon Brando's sole film as director, the 1961 western One-Eyed Jacks sees the actor's genius extend to behind the camera.
Hitler: The Last Ten Days

Hitler: The Last Ten Days

Alec Guinness as Hitler in a chamber drama? This is a performance you need to seek out.
Gold

Gold

Matthew McConaughey shines in a lusty, gritty tale of greed and adventure that hooks until the last dollar is accounted for.
La La Land

La La Land

Tipping its hat to Hollywood's finest musicals, La La Land is a nostalgia trip that forges exciting new ground. A masterpiece in this or any age.

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