A good transfer and a great audio commentary pivotally contextualize this neurotic and lastingly influential American melodrama.
No need to double-dip if you already own Criterion’s first treatment of this intensely conflicted and resonant Southern gothic masterpiece.
The Visitor is one of its era’s most indefinable, inconceivably progressive pieces of cinematic nonsense.
A robust overview of Frankenheimer’s most vital years, despite the recycled extras.
The film remains one of the most twisted evocations of godliness gone awry.