Shout! Factory outfits David Lynch’s worst film with a competent yet weirdly retro Blu-ray that squanders the possibilities of the medium.
A worthy escalation of its predecessor’s sleek charm, John Wick: Chapter 2 is the finest action film since Mad Max: Fury Road.
We might expect it to end on the performance, as each episode has until now, but Lynch throws us a curveball.
The film remarkably balances its predecessor’s spartan characterizations and plotting with an expansion of scale.
This bold, imaginative, infuriatingly neglected work of expressionist agitprop receives the gorgeous transfer it deserves.
Chi-Raq is a Spike Lee joint in the urgent sociopolitical register of Radio Raheem’s boombox.
Stop sawing logs, this is the definitive Twin Peaks DVD box set.
CBS DVD in association with Paramount presents the second season of Twin Peaks in near-pristine 1.33:1 hi-definition transfers.