Kuroneko, and all its black cat magic, arrives on Blu-ray just in time for horror-film themed Halloween parties everywhere.
Buck wants to be a modern-day western fable so badly that it ends up bastardizing the very noble stoicism it claims to celebrate.
This Blu-ray release offers yet another reason to revisit Tarantino’s masterpiece on unrequited love.
One of the great films about childhood perception, My Life as a Dog and all its atmospheric beauty comes to Blu-ray thanks Criterion.
Nostalgia for the Light sees remembrance as political and poetic act, and something elementally human.
This small but intoxicating film, a condemnation of delusions on both sides of the social spectrum, gets a necessary Blu-ray release.
The Whale examines a necessary perspective ripe for discussion.
Slant talked with Winding Refn about Drive’s inception, its potent juxtaposition of light and dark, and his own burgeoning artistic relationship with Ryan Gosling.
If…. this is my prison cell, then I have every right to violently break free from these debilitating walls blurring past and present.
A haunting certified copy of one man’s disintegrating life—blinding in its fragmented treatment of artificial self-representation.