New version of the H.G. Wells classic follows the fates of three groups of survivors in the French Alps, Paris, and London erases the memory of the poor big-screen adaptation starring Tom Cruise.
A chilling alternative take on American history that begins with Charles Lindbergh defeating Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the 1940 Presidential election.
A masterpiece anthology of four Japanese ghost tales by the director Kobayashi Masaki is a study in color and cinematography.
A riveting, slow-burning Scandi-noir about love, grief, and obsession.
Criterion Collection reissues their previously out of print release with this Blu-ray containing the same fine StudioCanal restoration and top-notch bonus features.
A dark, suspenseful story of three families involved in the cocaine-trafficking business.
A gripping docudrama based on true events that has good performances and production values.
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.