Part rollicking kung fu epics, part canny investigations into Chinese history, these films now receive the Criterion deluxe treatment.
Kino’s release of Lubitsch’s bleakest film provides indispensable evidence of the great comic director’s astounding versatility.
For its first 4K UHD package, the Criterion Collection gives David Lynch’s masterpiece its best home video presentation to date.
Death and its inevitability loom large over Román Viñoly Barreto’s The Beast Must Die and Fernando Ayala’s The Bitter Stems.
Season one of Rod Serling’s horror and fantasy anthology series gets a stunning 2K makeover, backed by a roster of informative extras.
One of the greatest action franchises of all time receives a terrific UHD spit-polish.
Wes Craven’s down and dirty shocker gets a gratifying UHD upgrade and a full roster of edifying supplements.
W.C. Fields’s characters are as much rubes as they are dreamers.
Kino’s 4K disc maximizes the sickly beauty of this definitive film version of Jack Finney’s novel.
This set gives four long-neglected Poverty Row films the kind of tender loving care typically reserved for major studio releases.
With a strong image upgrade and an additional commentary, Arrow’s 4K release of Deep Red outdoes their already very impressive Blu-ray.
Often lost in the shuffle of his early masterpieces, Satyajit Ray’s remarkable Devi gets a sparkling new transfer from Criterion.
He Who Walks Behind the Rows is sure to be appeased by the cornucopia of bonus materials on Arrow’s 4K Blu-ray.
Agony and ecstasy walk hand in hand in Lynne Ramsay’s feature-length directorial debut.
The discursive nature of the Surrealist parlor game exquisite corpse mirrors the way that power flows in Francesco Rosi’s films.
Criterion’s latest multi-film box set is a loaded showcase for a great and lesser-known American maverick.
All that’s missing from Arrow Video’s stellar release of Ridley Scott’s cult fantasy is an accompanying unicorn horn.
This harrowing tale of human survival at all costs receives a superb Blu-ray upgrade, along with a new commentary track.