A bountiful collection of eight Anne Bancroft films featuring some of her best big-screen performances.
An atmospheric doppelganger B-horror film from George A. Romero that falls a little short based on the Stephen King novel.
A wonderful, heartwarming rotoscoped anime about two teenage girls that avoids the traps of overt sentimentality.
A slow-burning revenge thriller that barely rises to a simmer and often loses the plot.
Although it is a welcome throwback to classic horror tropes, this film is all too predictable skirting on its atmosphere more than a strong story
Flawed but classic 1979 horror film most notable for its chilling opening act
One of many David Lynch masterpieces, ‘Blue Velvet’ seethes with sexuality and mystery while it plays like an odd drug-induced dream.
A somewhat clever if often frustrating exploration of power dynamics and the ability of ultimate power to corrupt
‘Death Note: Light up the NEW World’ is an enjoyable enough sequel to the first two films in the popular anime and live action Japanese franchise.
A strong cast mostly surmounts a storyline that is complex and often confusing, the 4K Ultra HD discs are visually stunning.