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.
A complex and layered series that honors the original work while tackling pressing social issues of today.
The 1963 ‘Profumo Scandal’ is told in this 1989 film wonderfully restored in a dual-format, Blu-ray/DVD edition from the BFI.
A masterpiece anthology of four Japanese ghost tales by the director Kobayashi Masaki is a study in color and cinematography.
Criterion Collection reissues their previously out of print release with this Blu-ray containing the same fine StudioCanal restoration and top-notch bonus features.
A gripping docudrama based on true events that has good performances and production values.
An atmospheric ’70s horror in the tradition of malevolent dolls finds Anthony Hopkins holding together up a flawed film with his creepy performance.
This Oscar-winner is definitely Ho Bong Joon’s best film to date and a great watch on Blu-ray.
A competent sequel to ‘The Shining’ references Kubrick and both of King’s novels for some good fan service.
A lavish neo-noir that despite solid performances is ultimately too long and feels like a poor remake of ‘Chinatown’.