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.
Eureka provides a fantastic new 2K restoration of this 90s martial arts classic.
The MVD Rewind edition of this heartwarming dramedy is not up to today’s standards for sights and sounds, but is sill a Blu-ray that belongs in everyone’s library.
DCI Cassie Stuart (Nicola Walker) and DI Sunil ‘Sunny’ Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar) return and must uncover the mystery behind who murdered a a nearly perfectly preserved corpse discovered at the bottom of a lake.
Director Shimomura Yûji, 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’
Vince Vaughn is on fire in this riveting, brutal, unapologetic contemporary grindhouse crime drama
A witty and even funnier the second time around third season of ‘iZombie’.
These two men have been at the epicenter of the pop culture for decades and this documentary gives just a bit of insight into the how and why.
A great neo-noir thriller with an outstanding cast, fabulous soundtrack and a well-paced, edgy script that is as pure a car chase film we’ve seen since ‘Bullitt’.
Film Movement offers a beautiful new HD transfer of Takeshi “Beat” Kitano’s visually stunning, quiet and visceral 1997 Golden Lion winner.