This gorgeous presentation of a beautifully nasty Samuel Fuller gem also boasts a rich, efficient supplements package.
These five films find Varda at a succession of cultural and cinematic crossroads which evidence her uncommon adaptability and insatiable curiosity.
Another benchmark of quasi-satirical "endurance" cinema has been re-restored for home video, presumably for a new generation of thrill-seeking cinephiles.
One of Sergio Corbucci's lesser-known westerns is scarred by ludicrous casting, but elevated by the integrity of its punchy filmmaking.
Day for Night might be a misguided paean to cinematic love, but Criterion's Blu-ray is positively magical, with a blistering array of divisive supplements.
One of the most exciting new shows on television, and HBO's Blu-ray captures its exceptional visual and audio design with near-perfection.
As wonderful to see and hear as any film about song and dance ever made, Flamenco Flamenco remains one of the decade's most unsung masterworks.
Kino's sterling visual transfer at least allows classic film buffs to assess the movie's place in history without fighting through material wear and tear.
Criterion's new 2K Blu-ray adeptly demonstrates why The French Lieutenant's Woman is ready for its (redux) close-up.
One of the cornerstones of Ferrara's late-career rejuvenation, but the exclusion of the director's true cut leaves only a creatively and thematically stunted bastard child.
Criterion's sharp new Blu-ray of Night and the City ensures the film's life will extend until the home-video sunset.
The Salvation is hemmed in by its fealty to the ghosts of westerns' past, though a good, game cast offers quite a bit of compensation.
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.
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