Ford’s bitter Civil War film gets an improved home-video presentation and an excellent new commentary track.
Criterion reaffirms their commitment to Waters’s oeuvre with a definitive release of his seminal sensation.
Wayne Wang’s playfully enigmatic debut receives a handsome package that contextualizes its place in ‘80s American indie cinema.
Think of Vampire’s Kiss as the screwy, punk flipside of American Psycho.
Tsai Ming-liang’s haunting, bleakly comic sophomore film receives a starkly beautiful transfer from Film Movement.
Gorgeous and goofy in equal measure, Dario Argento puts his inimitable stamp on this adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera.
Terry Gilliam’s prescient and visionary 12 Monkeys gets a sterling UHD upgrade.
Bernard Rose’s bloody and hypnotic Candyman gets the definitive UHD Blu-ray treatment.
Paramount gives De Palma’s opulent crime epic a home-video presentation that’s worthy of its sumptuous sense of visual invention.
John McNaughton’s sun-soaked neo-noir gets a sensuous update from Arrow Video.
Criterion ushers one of Billy Wilder’s finest, darkest, and most influential films fully into the 21st century.
The often-overlooked middle film in Sergio Leone’s “Dollars” trilogy is a taut, nasty thriller, and Kino gives it its due with a terrific A/V transfer.
Arie and Chuko Esiri’s feature debut is a poetic evocation of the struggles big and small faced by people escaping toward brighter tomorrows.
That’s one small step for Criterion, one giant leap to 4K.
Matt Reeves’s compelling back-to-basics take on DC Comics’s most iconic character gets an excellent 4K release.
Bertrand Tavernier’s ode to jazz music and late-night Parisian culture gets a melodious 4K restoration from the Criterion Collection.
Criterion has outfitted Mira Nair’s sophomore feature with an exquisite new transfer and a superb slate of extras.
Kino rescues A Fistful of Dollars from what seemed like the eternal damnation of inconsistent video presentations.