This stylish and visually intelligent thriller has been preserved beautifully by Kino Lorber.
This release attests to the enduring power of Gast’s documentary.
Arrow reminds us that time has been relatively kind to Barker’s sadomasochistic morality play.
Lubitsch’s film is a deceptively lighthearted exploration of class and gender issues in Britain on the brink of World War II.
This magnificent set of essential restorations is a strong contender for Blu-ray release of the year.
Landis’s landmark horror-comedy gets a colorful new transfer, as well as a pack of new bonus materials.
This release comes outfitted with a spectacular array of fascinating extras and the best transfer of the film to date.
The film gets a sterling Blu-ray transfer and a satisfyingly comprehensive slate of bonus features.
Kino’s Blu-ray makes a strong argument for Scorsese’s oft-neglected curio as a standout entry in his oeuvre.
Criterion’s new Blu-ray for Waters’s transitional masterpiece gave us ants in our pants.
Kino’s transfer highlights the alluring beauty of Thorold Dickinson’s gothic horror classic.
Kino makes the most of Huston’s disappointing late-career psychological thriller with a new 4K transfer.
Kino’s disc boasts a solid 2K restoration and spirited and informative new commentary track.
By the measure of the films it includes alone, this set is a must-own.
The wonderful audio-visual presentation of Ghatak’s masterpiece more than makes up for the dearth of extras.
Criterion honors the beauty of this evocative film poem of a Japan that may be slipping away.
Fuest’s taut thriller makes its debut on Blu-ray with a beautiful new transfer and a couple of choice extras.
Pixar’s superfluous but characteristically touching epilogue for its flagship franchise gets an equally fond send-off on home video.
Forsyth’s whimsical but satirical masterpiece contains riches far deeper than its deceptively simple surface might suggest.
The film remains a hilarious, inventive, and moving paean to the vaudevillian era.