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.
Kino’s vibrant transfer breathes new life into Lewis Allen’s wonderfully strange, sexually charged Technicolor noir.
Transformation, whether of theme or person, lies at the heart of Joseph H. Lewis’s cinematic identity.
Brigitte Bardot’s sultry persona pulls double duty as both an individual character and a capital-W woman.
Now Fassbinder’s 15-hour-plus epic runs at 25fps, as per the original German television broadcast.
Diane Kurys’s poignant debut powerfully evokes the bittersweet feelings of leaving behind the halcyon days of one’s youth.
Arrow Video outfits the most notorious and profound of modern horror films with a vivid transfer.