Lang’s gorgeous, action-packed films pour new thematic wine into charmingly old-fashioned narrative bottles.
Allan Arkush’s anarchic ode to rock ‘n’ roll rebellion gets a major 4K upgrade as well as some choice new supplements.
Siegel’s ultracool heist film comes to Blu-ray with an exquisite transfer and several top-shelf extras.
Throughout, the remaining participants take stock of private and career successes as well as perceived failures.
Lubitsch’s film is a deceptively lighthearted exploration of class and gender issues in Britain on the brink of World War II.
Landis’s landmark horror-comedy gets a colorful new transfer, as well as a pack of new bonus materials.
The film gets a sterling Blu-ray transfer and a satisfyingly comprehensive slate of bonus features.
Fuest’s taut thriller makes its debut on Blu-ray with a beautiful new transfer and a couple of choice extras.
Arrow’s sterling Blu-ray presentation should serve as an excellent character witness for Lado’s elegiac giallo.
Russell’s film, gorgeous as a landscape painting, explicit as the Kinsey Report, gets an essential Blu-ray upgrade.
The film comes to Blu-ray with a gorgeous 1080p transfer and an informative commentary track.
As a slice of sordid Southern gothic nastiness, shot through with a vein of mordant black humor, Scalpel is a cut above.
The 1967 omnibus film The Witches still manages to cast a spell at times, owing to the contributions of its talented cast and crew.
The film is a morally complex examination of the sometimes vast gulf between life and art.
The film is a stylistically brilliant and relentlessly bleak illustration of the old chestnut about the infernal nature of our more internecine endeavors.
Argento’s late masterwork remains a real eye-opener, and it’s never looked better than in this new Blu-ray presentation.
Mike Hodges’s oddball noir Pulp gets a terrific Blu-ray upgrade and a handful of essential new supplements from Arrow Video.
Silent Night, Deadly Night receives a festively colorful 4K restoration and several stockings’ worth of supplements from Shout! Factory.
This disturbing documentary portrait of power and delusion gets a satisfying Blu-ray upgrade.
This black-hearted romantic comedy gets a sparkling new restoration and some solid supplements as part of Olive Films’s Signature line.