The film comes to Blu-ray with a gorgeous 1080p transfer and an informative commentary track.
Daughter of Dracula gets an attractive HD transfer and some essential context from Kino’s Redemption Films line.
Keeping quiet about the Criterion’s must-own Blu-ray release of Melville’s film would be tantamount to committing a cinephilic war crime.
Compensates for its narrative shortcomings with an abundance of workmanlike artistry, faithfully preserved on Kino Redemption’s HD release.
The global economic maelstrom found a way to creep its way into the 47th edition of the festival—but only for a moment.