The Ultimate Gangsters Collection: Contemporary gathers together five great crime dramas that have all been previously released on Blu-ray. No new extras and no remasterings mean it isn’t worth it for those who already own a few of these.
Three of Stallone’s better films are featured in this recommended Blu-ray set, arriving with a low price, from Lionsgate.
In a typically austere, late-70s fashion, this French film, filmed against the stark backdrop of Scotland’s Glasgow, anticipated the reality TV craze decades ahead of time. Shout! Factory finally brings it to the U.S. in its original director’s cut for a truly powerful experience.
A controversial retelling of the Christ story by Martin Scorsese will be received quite differently depending on one’s faith and desire to see a faithful reproduction of Kazantzakis’ novel.
Controversial and profound, Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ comes to Blu-ray in a cinematographer approved edition from the Criterion Collection.
Jane Campion’s sensual, Academy Award winning masterpiece arrives on Blu-ray from Miramax in an average HD transfer, but it’s still well worth owning.
Bad Lieutenant is neither a great film nor a great Blu-ray transfer, but it might make for a good rainy day rental.