These two classics have been newly restored in 4K and presented fantastically in a feature-rich set on Blu-ray by Eureka Entertainment
A campy B-movie epic from Dutch filmmaker Paul Verhoeven that also bears his signature gratuitous nudity, violence, and melodrama.
This 1958 classic from director Stanley Kramer can be a little on-the-nose at times, but it still stands the test of time and has become a part of American popular culture.
Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s seething post-war noir about racism, class, and violence gets a satisfying Masters of Cinema release from Eureka Entertainment.
A seething, slow-burning, and atmospheric horror film that deals in the darker side of the human condition rather than the paranormal.
This visually stunning horror-fantasy wuxia film from King Hu has been restored to its full three-hour length in a new 4K restoration for the first time since its original release.
Director Shimomura Yûji, who comes from he world of stunt coordination, uses his and Tak’s abilities superbly crafting what he calls his “Zero Range Combat” for a solid martial arts thriller in ‘Re: Born’
This heartfelt biopic may take some liberties, but the strong performances and musical soundtrack help it hold up even after 30 years.
This 15-year-old pivotal anime classic still retains its ability to grab you with its awesome visual elements and gripping emotional weight.
Eureka Entertainment brings Steve Martin’s charming ’80s rom-com ‘Roxanne’ to Dual Format Edition with a solid transfer of its HD version.