Ellen Barkin gives a standout performance as a cold-blooded and devious matriarch of a criminal clan in Southern California in this strong new crime drama series.
This 2016 Cannes Grande Prix winner is a taut melodrama wonderfully shot and cast with heavyweight French actors.
The 2013 Agnès Varda and Mathieu Demy restoration of this Jacques Demy classic finally sees a U.S. release in this feature-rich Criterion Collection edition.
This anime series about a pack of wolves searching for Paradise in post-apocalyptic future is just as powerful and complex as it was over a decade ago.
A bleak and honest mini-series docudrama that is only hindered by its constrained running time.
A kitschy 1980s cold war film aimed at the teen market, this cult favorite may not be filmmaking at its best, but still outshines its 2014 remake.
Peter Sellers puts on one of his greatest performances in this comedic fable about TV culture.
Of all the paranormal action series, ‘Bleach’ is arguably one of the most mature and finely balanced — this second volume of the classic series makes its case for that argument.
This crime thriller from Johnnie To is a little uneven, but its strong performances and taut direction provide a satisfying slow-burner.
An inconsistent crime drama/romance from Maurice Pialat hindered by misogyny, but bolstered by strong performances and its gritty atmosphere.