Both films benefit immensely from Losey’s outsider perspective on the class hierarchies and other institutions that structure British society.
Unavailable on home video since the VHS era, Edge of the Axe gets a finely honed Blu-ray presentation from Arrow Video.
Black Angel plumbs a world rife with deviousness, desperation, greed, and betrayal.
The House by the Cemetery remains prime real estate for horror film aficionados.
The film is a fascinating, bewitching, and hitherto largely neglected entry in Lang’s canon.
Grab your magician’s cape and pepperbox pistol, Arrow’s box set just rode into town.
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.