This transfer of Fleischer’s B-film cheapie boasts a crisp image and strong contrast levels.
This set is a beautiful, painstakingly contextualized restoration of a genre- and medium-bending masterpiece.
One of Roger Corman’s leanest, meanest, most disturbing, and ambitious films receives primo Blu-ray treatment courtesy of Kino.
The protean Losey’s second feature is a modest little fighter that takes a risky subject and almost goes somewhere with it.
A competent package that should help overthrow the reductive image of Corman as a mere impresario of schlock.
What was once a hot-topic message movie about the state of juvenile delinquency in inner city schools is now a dinosaur relic of the Eisenhower era.
Sidney Poitier steals the film and makes it a cut above what it is: a holier-than-thou PSA.