The disc offers a beautiful transfer of a neglected film, with a commentary that serves as a valuable resource for cinephiles and casual viewers alike.
This disc is barebones, so Spike Lee fans will have settle for a solid transfer of the film itself when relishing this fo’ real, fo’ real shit at home.
One of the Criterion Collection’s best recent discs, this restoration of Sex, Lies, and Videotape is a dream for cinephiles.
The film is a great comedy, character study, and tragedy that diagnoses the spreading rot of the United States without losing its sexy, empathetic cool.
This gnarly, terrifying, daring horror film, a formative moment in Brian De Palma’s career, receives a beautiful transfer and a solid collection of extras.
Shout! Factory’s impressive disc honors the film with a restoration transfer and a slew of meaty extras.
Terence Davies’s harrowing, beautiful diptych of childhood under and in the wake of tyrannical patriarchy receives a definitive release from Arrow.
Criterion has sensitively restored Cold Water, allowing Americans to finally savor the film’s simultaneously dreamy and docudramatic vitality.
One of the finest, most distinctive Marvel productions yet gets an expectedly sterling home-video release.
In Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day, Rainer Werner Fassbinder blends kitchen-sink realism with the feverish expressionism that would cement his legend.