Cornel Wilde’s directorial career is ripe for rediscovery. This pure, relentless yarn is a great place to start.
Honestly, it’s nearly a matter of life or death whether true cinephiles add this disc to their home libraries.
It may not be a neglected masterpiece, but this Blu-ray package certainly makes a case for it as a fascinating work by a visionary filmmaker.
A foundational text for modern thrillers, The Day of the Jackal looks and sound superb on Arrow’s Blu-ray.
Shout! Factory outfits David Lynch’s worst film with a competent yet weirdly retro Blu-ray that squanders the possibilities of the medium.
Gregory La Cava’s supple but cutting romantic comedy is one of the finest works of class-conscious comedy in Hollywood history.
John Cassavetes’s comic thriller looks excellent on Twilight Time’s Blu-ray, at last bringing a crucial film in his canon to high-definition.
Alex Cox’s punk western has been dug up from the dregs of oblivion by Kino Lorber and handsomely given a long-overdue director’s cut Blu-ray treatment.
Peter Fonda’s beautiful, unjustly overlooked western has been outfitted with a gorgeous transfer and an eclectic collection of supplements.
The extras on this edition of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom feel almost as dully prescribed as the film itself.