The Horrible Dr. Hichcock gets a reasonably good-looking, if barebones, Blu-ray release from Olive Films.
A tangle of violent, symbolic gestures that regards economic exploitation with fetishistic, impossibly overdetermined abandon.
One of the year’s essential Blu-ray box sets, boasting an excellent audiovisual presentation and loaded with exceptional extras.
The most recent Jean Rollin films to make their Blu-ray debut from Kino and Redemption Films mark a significant departure for the filmmaker.
Lisa and the Devil is easily the oddest duck in Bava’s filmography, sumptuously photographed and exceedingly surreal.
8½ works best as a self-deprecating comedy, a fact revealed most forcefully in the folly of film production on display.
It's still not much more than an Oulipian ode to the thicket of middle-aged sexuality, but on Blu-ray the thicket appears far more paean-worthy.
The She-Beast will primarily be remembered as the inchoate, if crudely artful, feature-length debut of British l’enfant terrible Michael Reeves.