This undisputed masterpiece is repackaged for its 25th anniversary with essentially no changes from its 2008 Blu-ray release.
Coppola’s Dracula is available now in a new Supreme Cinema Series 4K restoration on Blu-ray from Sony.
Coppola’s Twixt is visually stunning, and that’s about the only thing good that can be said about it.
Just in time for the holidays, Lionsgate has released a set of five Francis Ford Coppola films: both versions of Apocalypse Now, The Conversation, One From The Heart, and Tetro. A mixed bag to be sure, each film will bring something of interest to your home theater.
Director Francis Ford Coppola’s underappreciated, dreamlike adaptation of S.E. Hinton’s Rumble Fish comes to Blu-ray in a superb high definition rendition on Blu-ray from Eureka’s Masters of Cinema series.
Coppola’s director’s cut of his S.E. Hinton adaptation comes to Blu-ray with a strong 1080p transfer from StudioCanal and collectible booklet with art cards that fans are sure to appreciate.
Coppola’s slow-burning Orwellian thriller The Conversation is an enticing commentary on paranoia and privacy that arrives in an excellent package from Lionsgate.
StudioCanal’s release of The Conversation may not be quite as good as Lionsgate’s as far as its transfer, but it is still very solid and anyone in the UK should grab this superb thriller up pronto.
Coppola’s classic Vietnam war film finally hits UK store shelves in its ultimate reference, Full Disclosure, 3-disc edition featuring both theatrical and Redux cuts plus the Hearts of Darkness documentary.
Coppola returned to his 70’s form with this experimental family saga and Lionsgate’s 1080p AVC transfer captures the lush black and white imagery almost perfectly.