The dark side of Liberace is given an excellent turn by a great cast, directed by Steven Soderbergh, in Behind the Candelabra.
A despicably tasty look at love turned sour, The War of the Roses is a classic dark comedy from Danny DeVito that comes to Blu-ray in this feature-rich Filmmakers Signature Series edition from Fox.
Oliver Stone’s classic look at Reagan-era avarice arrives in a solid Filmmakers Signature Series Blu-ray release from Fox.
One of the best dark thrillers of the past two decades, The Game returns in a Blu-ray restoration, courtesy of The Criterion Collection. Michael Douglas gives a tour-de-force performance as a self-centered financier who gets drawn unwittingly into a “game” that is much more than he bargained for.
David Fincher proved he had game in this 1997 psycho-drama follow up to his hit film Seven.
A spy thriller with a badass female lead? Sounds good to me. Soderbergh’s film, Haywire, arrives with a reference audio/video presentation armed with a well made thriller.
Dinosaurs Alive! looks and sounds splendid on Blu-ray, but there are better documentaries already available on the format.
The phenomenon that was Fatal Attraction has not aged well and now the film feels more silly than thrilling.