Guillermo del Toro’s gothic romance receives a significant packaging upgrade from Arrow Video.
Guillermo del Toro’s lavish, tragic romance is his most personal film to date, and this gorgeous Blu-ray reflects its exacting perfectionism.
Crimson Peak is Guillermo del Toro’s fussiest, most compartmentalized construction, filled with the most powerful sense of repression and delusion.
It’s fitting that the title of this week’s installment of Justified is the classic joke lead-in “Guy Walks Into a Bar.”
Maybe the problem with John from Cincinnati is its miscalculated sense of center.
The closing shot of last night’s Deadwood episode was never meant as a series-ender.
Deep down, you just knew that Whitney Ellsworth was too good to live.
The episode feels like a summation of the show’s thoughts on what it means to be mortal.
The story of the Ellsworth/Alma/Bullock love triangle is being told almost entirely in subtle looks and body language.
As suggested by one of Hearst’s own self-descriptors (“It mistakes my nature absolutely.”) Milch has a keen eye for his actors’ untapped resources.
It’s strange to think of Deadwood as a life-affirming show, but it is.