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Flesh + Blood [Eureka Classics] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

A campy B-movie epic from Dutch filmmaker Paul Verhoeven that also bears his signature gratuitous nudity, violence, and melodrama.

The Defiant Ones [Eureka Classics] [UK] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

This 1958 classic from director Stanley Kramer can be a little on-the-nose at times, but it still stands the test of time and has become a part of American popular culture.

No Way Out [Masters of Cinema] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Joseph L. Mankiewicz's seething post-war noir about racism, class, and violence gets a satisfying Masters of Cinema release from Eureka Entertainment.

Iron Monkey [Eureka Classics] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Eureka provides a fantastic new 2K restoration of this 90s martial arts classic.

Cure [ Masters of Cinema] [UK] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

A seething, slow-burning, and atmospheric horror film that deals in the darker side of the human condition rather than the paranormal.

Legend of the Mountain [Masters of Cinema] [UK] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

This visually stunning horror-fantasy wuxia film from King Hu has been restored to its full three-hour length in a new 4K restoration for the first time since its original release.

Re: Born [UK] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

Director Shimomura Yƻji, who comes from he world of stunt coordination, uses his and Tak's abilities superbly crafting what he calls his "Zero Range Combat" for a solid martial arts thriller in 'Re: Born'

La Bamba [UK] (TheaterByte Blu-ray Review)

This heartfelt biopic may take some liberties, but the strong performances and musical soundtrack help it hold up even after 30 years.

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