Mellville’s wartime thriller about French Resistance comes to Blu-ray in the UK in a wonderfully restored edition from StudioCanal Collection.
Lionsgate brings Luis Buñuel’s final film, a masterpiece that examines the indefinable element of attraction, to Blu-ray in a finely transferred StudioCanal Collection edition for the U.S.
Orson Welle’s psycho-drama The Trial gets a spiffed up Blu-ray release from StudioCanal Collection in the UK that most people will be very pleased with.
Luis Buñuel’s final film is a masterpiece that examines the indefinable element of attraction. It arrives in a superbly transferred edition on Blu-ray from the StudioCanal Collection.
The film that laid the groundwork for the film noir genre arrives in a strong, reconstructed and restored Blu-ray release from the StudioCanal Collection.
Jean Renoir’s wartime classic, La grande illusion, finally hits US shores on Blu-ray in a StudioCanal Collection edition from Lionsgate that is missing a couple of extras from its previous UK release, but still worth owning.
Jean Renoir’s wartime classic, La grande illusion, gets a solid restoration for Blu-ray in this StudioCanal Collection edition.
This classic 1949 film-noir from director Carol Reed is the essence of a crime thriller done right and it’s a Blu-ray done right from Lionsgate’s StudioCanal Collection as well.
This tasty dark comedic treat may not be for everyone, but it’s served up nicely in this StudioCanal Collection release from Lionsgate,
Jean-Pierre Melville’s slow-burning 1970 crime drama, Le Cercle Rouge, shows up in a quality StudioCanal Collection package from Optimum that offers an opportunity to catch the film in its full-length and to reassess Melville as a filmmaker.