Criterion’s beautiful 4k transfer and an abundance of extras do justice to one of New Hollywood’s more complex and challenging social message movies.
Olive Films’s high-def release of Sydney Pollack’s slickly oppression-conscious debut is an unfortunately slender package.
Producer Irwin Allen’s first of a neverending cycle of disaster epics is a guilty pleasure to end all guilty pleasures.
Towering Inferno‘s glass-spangled erection burns with an uncontrollable lust for spectacle.
The new edition of The Poseidon Adventure is as hefty as Shelly Winters.
Irwin Allen’s crowning achievement, and a shrine to all the bullshit behind Hollywood’s blockbuster franchises, The Towering Inferno continues to fascinate in spite of its riskless self.