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The Court Jester (Blu-ray Review)

This 1955 musical-comedy starring Danny Kaye parodies the Golden Age swashbucklers of Errol Flynn and serves up classic moments of its own.

Bartender (15th Anniversary Collector’s Edition) (Blu-ray Review)

A compelling anime anthology drama set in a bar that somehow avoids glorifying alcohol or making it the answer to everyone’s problems.

Crossroads (Retro VHS Packaging) (Blu-ray Review)

A forgotten gem from the 1980s that has a rollicking blues soundtrack from Ry Cooder.

Synchronic (Blu-ray Review)

A trippy, intelligent, and visually mesmerizing sci-fi horror film from filmmaking duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.

JSA: Joint Security Area (Special Edition) (Blu-ray Review)

Park Chan-wook's breakout film is a powerful mystery thriller that contains magnificent performances from the entire cast and expert direction.

Lupin III: The First (Blu-ray Review)

A wonderful entry for this beloved character into the world of 3DCG kicked up with vibrant colors and a fun audio mix.

Blind Fury (Retro VHS Packaging) (Blu-ray Review)

Great 1980s fun in a cool retro VHS package from Mill Creek Entertainment featuring the inimitable Rutger Hauer.

The Don is Dead (Blu-ray Review)

A pulpy mafia crime drama that has found its time to be re-examined issued on Blu-ray on the Eureka Classics imprint.

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