Ozark: Season 3 is another strong installment in one of Netflix’ best offerings.
An atmospheric ’70s horror in the tradition of malevolent dolls finds Anthony Hopkins holding together up a flawed film with his creepy performance.
Death and deceit in a small Maine fishing village wrapped in a murder mystery lace this successful feature-debut dark comedy from Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy.
A confusing adaptation of Joan Didion’s political thriller
This Oscar-winner is definitely Ho Bong Joon’s best film to date and a great watch on Blu-ray.
Season Two returns with a literal vengeance as Moordale’s lustful student body tries to sort its various romantic entanglements — and it is even better than an already superb first season.
A lavish neo-noir that despite solid performances is ultimately too long and feels like a poor remake of ‘Chinatown’.
This Shout Select Collector’s Edition offers up a good Blu-ray with a pleasing picture and excellent new featurettes.
This low budget monster horror with some weaknesses could have done more with its unique setup but is a watchable time waster.
An intensely directed and shot film follows a young British Army officer on a nearly impossible mission to avert a World War I disaster.