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.
Beloved 1945 wartime feature debut from director Elia Kazan is scrubbed a bit too clean but it’s power still comes through
A shift in style for the auteur to a more intimate style of filmmaking captured here in beautiful new restorations from the Swedish Film Institute presented on Blu-ray by Criterion.
One of many David Lynch masterpieces, ‘Blue Velvet’ seethes with sexuality and mystery while it plays like an odd drug-induced dream.
The film defies its complex and interesting backstory and instead offers something bland and uncompelling
Bay misses some of the depth of the situation, thankfully avoids the vitriolic politics and tells the story of the soldiers on the ground in this intense war film
An uneven slow-burner that dives into the dark depths of domestic abuse and vigilantism
An uneven American-Gothic murder mystery set in the heart of Trumplandia that is difficult to look away from.
A directionless dystopian political/sci-fi snoozefest that can’t seem to decide what topic it wants to take on.
A poignant look at isolated teenagers coming of age in the internet age