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 and a few new extras from the Criterion Collection.
Elaine May’s black-hearted romantic comedy gets a sparkling new restoration and some solid supplements as part of Olive Films’s Signature line.
Terry Gilliam’s hysterical historical farrago gets a ravishing 4K restoration (and a handful of new extras) from Criterion.
The finale invites us to inquire into our own motives for wanting to revisit the series.
The latest episode of Twin Peaks is most remarkable for its numerous arrivals and departures.
In the latest episode, David Lynch implicates his audience in Twin Peaks’s unfolding dream.
Sid & Nancy is Alex Cox’s bravura confrontation of fairy tales and drug-addled bodies.
Lynch has always conjured up his disorienting and disturbing narratives according to an intuitive dream logic.
A damn good slice of cherry pie plays a pivotal role in several storylines from the latest episode.
Even apologists for deep-seated perversity will have a tough time justifying long stretches of the latest episode.
The episode divides its time between domestic drama, overarching mythology, and seriocomic pop surrealism.