It may not be a neglected masterpiece, but this Blu-ray package certainly makes a case for it as a fascinating work by a visionary filmmaker.
It’s worth braving the winds of the harsh merciless world to obtain this upgrade of a stone-cold espionage classic.
The most elaborate and tortured of all cinematic fashion shows has never looked more ravishingly decadent.
It’s generally agreed that films fall into one of three categories: The Good, The Bad, and the So-Bad-It’s-Good.
Was it fate that John Hurt provided the narration for Ben Whishaw’s 2006 breakout, Perfume?
Martin Ritt’s grim The Spy Who Came in from the Cold plays like an anti-thriller companion piece to the director’s acclaimed anti-western Hud.