Shout! Factory presents a lovingly assembled box set that confirms the Decline series as some of the greatest of their kind.
This stunning Criterion transfer of Five Easy Pieces has just extended the film's already robust shelf life.
A massive, decades-in-the-making cinematic achievement has received the comprehensive home-video treatment and that would be something to celebrate even if Kino Lorber hadn't risen so faithfully to the occasion.
Jaromil Jireš's influential, eternally enigmatic classic arrives on a lush new Blu-ray from Criterion, preserving the film's soft-focus allure and intoxicating sensuality.
Neil Marshall's debut film is a competently mounted cult item with terrific werewolves and anonymous workmanlike action sequences.
Hayao Miyazaki's most well-known film belatedly comes to Blu-ray with one of the strongest A/V transfers afforded to a Studio Ghibli film.
Much like Gilliam's film, Criterion's Blu-ray for The Fisher King packs an audio/visual wallop, but is undermined by its transparent interest in communal naval-gazing.
Thanks to Criterion's new Blu-ray, Bernhard Wicki's The Bridge can further assume its rightful rank among the progenitors of New German Cinema.
Cinephiles and theater nerds unite: Three of the respective mediums' most emotionally gratifying collisions are now available in an aurally/visually exquisite Criterion gift package.
With an image that's faded and at times fuzzy, Kino's Blu-ray of The Boys in the Band needed more time in the studio.
An atmospheric, well-acted chase film receives a sturdy transfer and little else. Fans will still happily add this retro slice of practical effects geekery to their shelves.
As one scholar says in the accompanying documentary, "You could spend a lifetime studying 1939."
For fans of 1980s-era horror cinema, this is surely one of the home release events of the year.
Dziga Vertov was one of the foundational innovators of cinema, and Flicker Alley's loving presentation of some of his best films easily stands as the home-video release of the year.
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