Kino Lorber’s release marks the long-overdue arrival of Todd Haynes’s ravishing melodrama on Blu-ray.
Criterion’s release breathes new life into a self-appraising late period work that’s a lavish and lugubrious meditation on art and death.
Criterion has graced us with an intoxicatingly beautiful release of a strange and challenging film.
Kogonada’s elegant and moving narrative debut has been outfitted with a lovely transfer that will hopefully expose the film to new audiences.
The disc’s 4K restoration offers Zemeckis’s debut, a madcap celebration of the pop-cultural phenomena, a chance at a second life.
The Blu-ray boasts an exciting transfer of one of Douglas Sirk’s most visually resplendent films.
Criterion has outfitted Barbara Loden’s Wanda with a beautifully rough-and-tumble transfer.
This sterling Blu-ray transfer is occasion for reconsidering the film as more than a minor entry in producer Val Lewton’s body of work.
This unbelievably beautiful restoration is a poignant testament to the talent of an obscure artist too often taken for granted.
The film is a prescient vision of a modern world defined by media oversaturation and social media validation.
Criterion’s new release of Ingmar Bergman’s The Magic Flute is a vast improvement over the studio’s 2000 DVD.
One of the greatest of American satires finally hits high-definition video with an okay transfer of an inferior source.
Sony’s Blu-ray does right by the film’s aesthetic wonders and includes a plethora of kid- and adult-friendly extras that dig into the complexity of the animation.
Arrow Academy releases a fantastic Blu-ray transfer of a major work in the filmography of director Robert Siodmak.
Emphasizing its beautiful imperfections, Twilight Time restores Talk Radio without compromising its sleazy and earnest vitality.
The most famous of Straub-Huillet’s works, Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach remains a singular approach to the musician biopic.
A classic of British cinema that helped further elevate Alec Guinness to global stardom receives a serviceable Blu-ray presentation.
Criterion outfits Charles Burnett’s piercingly lovely masterwork with an appropriately gorgeous, almost diaphanous transfer.