All that’s missing from Arrow Video’s stellar release of Ridley Scott’s cult fantasy is an accompanying unicorn horn.
The gallows silliness of Jacques Tourneur’s film wins out despite a slight collection of extras.
Udo Kier discusses Swan Song, his work across his 50-year-plus career, and how he feels about being labeled a gay icon.
The newest release of Christophe Gans’s cult film will leave you howling for something better.
Vengeance Trails is unsurprisingly stuffed to the gills with extras that add immensely to the enjoyment of the four collected films.
Jaume Collet-Serra’s remake of House of Wax is a nostalgia trip worth taking for fans of noughties horror.
The film has endured as a key text in the emergent queer cinema thanks to its largely empathetic view of same-sex desire.
Irezumi is a worthwhile reflection of Japan’s changing post-war attitudes toward sex, art, and liberation.
Son of the White Mare is a masterpiece of the medium that deserves a place of honor on every collector’s shelf.
Severin’s 4K transfer of Santa Sangre ensures that this is the definitive home-video release of Jodorowsky’s carnivalesque masterwork.
Spiral seems primed to explore the present-day fight against police brutality, but it never lives up to that promise.
Shout! Factory’s release is stacked with enough goodies to satisfy a king-sized appetite for all things Kong.
Switchblade Sisters is the rare grindhouse joint that fully lives up to its reputation.