A judiciously paced and competent biopic on the early career of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
This 1955 film, here released in a brand new 4K restoration on Blu-ray from StudioCanal for its 75th anniversary, is a classic wartime film and a classic of the cinema.
The new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray from Paramount is a breathtaking transfer with a fantastic new immersive audio mix.
A visually stunning but somewhat confusing to watch Christopher Nolan epic that is still a treat on 4K Ultra HD.
Revolution rages in France and the Poldarks try to repair their marriage as George Warleggan plots to destroy them in the satisfying third season of this melodrama.
A lavish and gorgeously filmed Asian historical epic that is light on exposition but phenomenal on visuals and action.
Brian Cox puts in a riveting performance in this biopic about a doubtful Churchill in the hours before D-Day.
Ten years in the making, Ken Burns’ and Lynn Novick’s sprawling, 10-disc, 18-hour documentary The Vietnam War, a series that Ken Burns has said he hopes will help bring the country together at a time when he seems to splintering hopelessly, details one of the most divisive wars and eras in the nation’s history. In […]
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. avoids the Euro-centric trap of history for an illuminating six-hour look at Africa’s great civilizations and contributions to the world as we know it.
‘Mercy Street’ becomes a stronger ensemble series in this second season out on Blu-ray from PBS.