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The Dark Half [Eureka Classics] (Blu-ray Review)

An atmospheric doppelganger B-horror film from George A. Romero that falls a little short based on the Stephen King novel.

High Noon [Masters of Cinema] (Blu-ray Review)

This Masters of Cinema release is packed with bonus features and looks beautiful in a 4K restoration.

The Third Wife [UK] (Blu-ray Review)

A poignant coming of age story that relies more on sights, sounds, natural symbolism -- and it will linger long after you finish it.

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn [Masters of Cinema] (Blu-ray Review)

Beloved 1945 wartime feature debut from director Elia Kazan is scrubbed a bit too clean but it's power still comes through

Last Hurrah for Chivalry & Hand of Death: Two Films by John Woo (Blu-ray Review)

Two classic 1970s kung fu films from John Woo are brought together in this collection from Eureka Entertainment, newly remastered in 2K

Wheels on Meals [Eureka Classics] (Blu-ray Review)

This new 2K restoration transferred to Blu-ray looks fantastic in this Eureka Classics release.

Human Desire [Masters of Cinema] (Blu-ray Review)

A pulpy 1954 film-noir outing from famed auteur Fritz Lang

Jackie Chan’s Police Story 1 & 2 [Eureka Classics] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review

These two classics have been newly restored in 4K and presented fantastically in a feature-rich set on Blu-ray by Eureka Entertainment

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