A heartfelt follow-up from the creators of ‘Ernest & Celestine’ that follows much of the same themes of unexpected family and friendships in a triptych of interconnected stories.
Second Sight Films reissues the fully uncut film in a new scan and restoration on Blu-ray here that looks as mesmerizing as Breillat’s visuals deserve.
A confusing screenplay, lack of story, and obviously low budget hamper this cliche zombie flick based on the videogame of the same name.
A monster popcorn flick that could use a little more tautness in its direction and a little less reliance on its visual effects, but is still a fun ride.
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
Beloved 1945 wartime feature debut from director Elia Kazan is scrubbed a bit too clean but it’s power still comes through
Flawed but classic 1979 horror film most notable for its chilling opening act
A beautifully animated and heartfelt anime film great for the whole family
Two classic 1970s kung fu films from John Woo are brought together in this collection from Eureka Entertainment, newly remastered in 2K
Silver’s comedy gets new life in this new 2K restoration on Blu-ray — and the film still holds up well too.