Ryan Murphy and cast of veterans and newcomers deliver a compelling mini-series that will occasionally shock but mostly entertain its audience with a Hollwood that could have been.
A complex and layered series that honors the original work while tackling pressing social issues of today.
Kirsten Stewart does her best with a rather mediocre script and at least makes a case for exploring Jean Seberg’s extensive filmography.
The political intrigue around the 1979 assassination of South Korean dictator Park is retold in this sometimes slow but still gripping thriller.
The 1963 ‘Profumo Scandal’ is told in this 1989 film wonderfully restored in a dual-format, Blu-ray/DVD edition from the BFI.
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.