Flawed but classic 1979 horror film most notable for its chilling opening act
One of many David Lynch masterpieces, ‘Blue Velvet’ seethes with sexuality and mystery while it plays like an odd drug-induced dream.
An uneven slow-burner that dives into the dark depths of domestic abuse and vigilantism
An uneven American-Gothic murder mystery set in the heart of Trumplandia that is difficult to look away from.
Like a YA version of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ only limited by budget and production
‘Replicas’ is a slick-looking indie sci-fi/thriller that ultimately has a confused and forgettable plot.
A somewhat clever if often frustrating exploration of power dynamics and the ability of ultimate power to corrupt
A gritty, visually stylish and taut thriller about gun running in a fantastic new 4K Ultra HD transfer.
A great starter kit for those interested in the world of Death Note and the world of shinigami.
Criterion Collection’s new restoration of Hitchcock’s dazzling dark-romance noir is a must-see release