The Blu-ray boasts an exciting transfer of one of Douglas Sirk’s most visually resplendent films.
This stellar presentation of a beautifully nasty Samuel Fuller gem also boasts a rich, efficient supplements package.
Criterion’s well-produced Blu-ray release illustrates how Lubitsch aided the resistance, as only he could: with dignity, always dignity.
Once the film’s fanatics find out that this edition is mostly a gussied-up replay of the previous one, the shit’ll really hit the fan.
The films of Frank Tashlin, Jerry Lewis, and Hope and Crosby all worked the same territory, ZAZ just took it as far as it would go without snapping.
Quite simply, House of Bamboo has some of the most stunning examples of widescreen photography in the history of cinema.