This relatively obscure 1970s sleaze-fest fails to entirely capitalize on the pairing of two of the great tough-guy actors of American cinema.
This moody, under-seen, incredibly sexy romantic noir, a highpoint for its superb cast, receives a beautiful, appropriately reverent restoration.
Miracle Mile is one of the most fascinating curios of the '80s, a disaster movie that turns the decade's optimism back onto itself.
The film is a reminder that truly progressive films present their revolutionary attitudes as a given.
An anomalous "baguette western" from the late '60s comes to home video, and it's a revelation of harsh, melancholy fatalism.
This double-feature Blu-ray set of two essential Resnais films is light on meaningful supplements, but high on quality cinema.
Though this wannabe in horror classic's clothing is overrated by its cult, the film offers plenty of formal pleasures.
Criterion's generous helping of supplements goes a long way in contextualizing the achievement of Carroll Ballard's entrancing vision.
Like the burly projectionist of the film, this splendid Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection may have you shouting: "Culture! Culture!"
It's the Alain Resnais film's strikingly modern moral and philosophical debates that make it look as if it were made yesterday.
Criterion's beautiful assemblage of all things Killers-related remains a vital packaging of several flawed, intense, historically notable noirs.
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.
Enter to win Blu-rays of Ayn Rand: Sense of Life, DVDs of White God, Barely Lethal, Child 44, The Man from U.N.C.L.E.: Season 1, and a Burying the Ex prizepack! >>