Disappointing but still fun first animated theatrical release for this franchise that emphasizes the action and comedy but eschews the mystery-solving at the core of the franchise.
The stunning 2018 4K restoration of this classic arrives in an equally stunning Criterion edition on Blu-ray.
Multiple subgenres come together for this fun fantasy anime series.
On all points a mildly subversive, wildly stylistic, and violent instant genre classic that overwhelms the senses with color, mood, and a slow-burning sense of dread.
Three early and stunning yakuza films from the Japanese auteur Takeshi Kitano are offered up in a wonderful Blu-ray collection from BFI.
The ‘libs’ are bad and the ‘deplorables’ good in this heavy-handed, political horror/thriller about a literal human hunt, where the action is great but the commentary too in-your-face.
Neither of these Snipes vehicles is without flaws, but they pair well together for an afternoon of popcorn thrills in this barebones double feature combo.
A complex and layered series that honors the original work while tackling pressing social issues of today.
A suspenseful and brutal feminist revenge thriller finds a woman refusing to be a victim and turning her assaulters into the hunted.
The best of the John Ford “cavalry” trilogy makes it to Blu-ray in the UK from Masters of Cinema series in an excellent release.