One of the great and influential American films receives a notable visual upgrade.
An unfairly overlooked film gets a solid high-def release from Kino Lorber.
A zen-like study of aging and male friendship, Reichardt’s sophomore feature remains one of her best.
Kino honors Clouzot’s post-war classic with a vivid presentation and some illuminating extras.
A criminally underrated late-period Altman film gets a burnished Blu-ray upgrade and a full slate of fine extras.
With these releases, VCI Video helps correct a gaping cultural blind spot.
Category is “Film School in a Box,” and the House of Criterion earns 10s across the board.
Criterion’s three-disc is going to make you wonder where the deliriously imaginative Czech auteur has been all your film buff life.
Gainsbourg’s bittersweet ode to physical love comes to home video with a sterling 4K restoration and some excellent extras.
This single-disc release of Evil Ed is more manageable than Arrow’s previous three-disc edition.
Both films benefit immensely from Losey’s outsider perspective on the class hierarchies and other institutions that structure British society.
Teorema is a film that’s short on incident but not at all lightweight or unserious.
This side of a flight to Barcelona, Criterion’s gorgeous release is the next best option to appreciate the Catalan architect’s work.
All in all, hungry Roma-philes will remain engaged for the better part of a day.
Sony has outfitted Almodóvar’s newest memory play with a transfer that fully preserves the film’s painstaking gorgeousness.
The film, as Arrow’s excellent assemblage of features proves, is rewarded by post-viewing conversation.
It marks a specific convergence in Lee’s career, when his confidence as a filmmaker aligned with the boldness of his flourishes.
Aldrich’s underrated, challenging, and brutally violent 1972 western has been outfitted with a superb audio commentary.
This Blu-ray should help boost the film to its rightful place among the upper tier of von Trier’s body of work.
The beautiful transfer and thoughtful collection of extras attest to the enduring qualities of Lumet’s doomsday thriller.