Eureka Entertainment deliver the goods with this highly enjoyable and pleasing release of the classic 1942 film-noir.
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.
Hardboiled classic film noir about an armored truck heist gone awry arrives in an excellent new 4K restoration on Blu-ray from Masters of Cinema.
This Oscar-winner is definitely Ho Bong Joon’s best film to date and a great watch on Blu-ray.
A lavish neo-noir that despite solid performances is ultimately too long and feels like a poor remake of ‘Chinatown’.
The Golden Globe-winning film Joker makes for both a gripping drama and a dazzling 4K Ultra HD production.
This French classic about possible identity theft in 16th-century France gets a gorgeous new 4K restoration from Cohen Film Collection.
A slow-burning revenge thriller that barely rises to a simmer and often loses the plot.
A gritty, realistic look at the seedier side of life in Jamaica from Director Perry Henzell that helped catapult reggae onto the international stage.