This excellent set makes a case for Lupino as one of the most socially conscious, psychologically observant filmmakers of her time.
Olive Films easily supplants their earlier release of the film with a vast improvement in video quality and a slew of quality extras.
A superlative restoration of a key film in Alfred Hitchcock’s evolution as a master explorer of sexual neuroses.
The waltzing heartbreak of the film serves as the gateway to Ophüls’s late-period string of masterpieces.
Fox’s fully stocked HD package for Rebecca is an essential release of an exquisitely mixed-up masterpiece.
File that “movie that might’ve been” right alongside a Welles version of Heart of Darkness starring Boris Karloff as Kurtz.
Have fun with this hot-blooded Victorian soap opera.
The tagline says it’s all about men, but this 1939 comedy is really a testament to the females of a certain era, and how they go about securing their comfort and happiness.