Now on 4K Ultra HD, Mad Max reminds us anew that few contemporary action films match its appetite for risk.
Zarchi’s cult classic gets a definitive home-video release from Ronin Flix.
Daughters of Darkness gets a significant facelift from Blue Underground alongside a smattering of new extras.
Aronofsky’s influential hellride of a film gets a sturdy 4K upgrade and a few new extras that extol its technical merits.
Its revolving-door atmosphere papers over some iffy acting, baggy dialogue, and more than a few minutes of wasted real estate.
The short was inspired by a powerful involuntary mania that took hold of the citizens of Strasbourg just over 500 years ago.
The thrill of the film’s craftsmanship is inseparable from its main character’s abuse.
The Netflix miniseries suggests a sort of virtual, one-stop-shop Wikipedia page.
Parasite earned four awards, edging out 1917 for best picture.
For Patricio Guzmán, to gaze at the Cordillera is to comprehend the range of history and the possibility of its distortion.
A lot can change on a campaign trail in a matter of weeks, days even.
One of the realities of the Oscar race is that you never want to peak too early.
Oscar voters are suckers for scale, throwbacks, ostentation, and, above all, a sense of prestige.
One of the great mysteries of this year’s awards season is the ultimate fate of Jojo Rabbit.
The attractional dimensions of Roger Deakins’s work will have no problem finding favor with today’s Oscar voters.
The Oscars have a long history of awarding war films in this particular sound category.
Bet against a message of hope and you may find yourself losing an Oscar pool.
Another year, another reminder to take our prediction in this category with a grain of salt.
The film is a fascinating, bewitching, and hitherto largely neglected entry in Lang’s canon.