This glamorous wartime thriller has some flaws, but is ultimately satisfying for its solid performances and riveting mystery. It also looks stunning in this new 4K Ultra HD release.
Phoenix is the brutal story of a disfigured concentration camp survivor who attempts to fit back into society and find out who betrayed her.
New German Cinema antiwar film The Bridge gets the Criterion Collection treatment on Blu-ray.
Nothing Bad Can Happen is a gripping psychological thriller from debut feature filmmaker Katrin Gebbe.
A haunting Gothic horror story with a piercing performance from Klaus Kinski, Nosferatu the Vampyre is a classic of the genre.
Shoah, the Holocaust, is Claude Lanzmann’s epic rendering of the horror of the Nazi death camps, recalled by survivors, bystanders, and perpetrators. This nearly 10-hour set of four films took 11 years to complete and stands apart from any previous or subsequent efforts to tell the tragic story of man’s inhumanity to man.
Director Cate Shortland’s Lore is a beautiful, complex and meditative look at the collapse of youthful ideals in post war country.
The Blue Angel turned Marlene Dietrich into an international star, and now it arrives on Blu-ray and DVD in the UK from the Masters of Cinema series in an elegant 1080p transfer.
Heroic quests, castles, dragons, magnificent visuals and an evocative romantic score define Fritz Lang’s 1924 two-part silent fantasy classic Die Nibelungen.
With scene-stealing performance by Rutger Hauer, MPI’s Blu-ray for The Heineken Kidnapping comes highly recommended.