The Spoils Before Dying

Studio: IFC / Anchor Bay Entertainment

Jun 08, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

The Spoils Before Dying is a dead-on parody of vintage, L.A. noir. More

May 05, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Although it’s found an adoring cult audience in the thirty years since its release, you can’t really fault any moviegoers who demanded their money back after seeing The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 in its original theatrical run. More

Apr 26, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Released in 1992, Death Becomes Her was an odd, career-bridging film for Robert Zemeckis. More

A Poem Is A Naked Person

Studio: Criterion

Apr 14, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Les Blank cared deeply about capturing mood and feel in his work, and he does a masterful job of it here, on this magnificent documentary loosly chronicling musician Leon Russell. More

Mar 29, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

MST3K's 35th DVD box set includes Teenage Caveman, Being From Another Planet, 12 to the Moon, and Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell. More

Invasion U.S.A.

Studio: Shout! Factory

Mar 18, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Terrorists have invaded the Southern United States, and the only person who can stop them is Chuck Norris. Not the army. Not the National Guard. Chuck Norris. More

The Tribe

Studio: Drafthouse Films

Mar 17, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Ukranian writer/director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's extraordinary feature film debut, The Tribe, has no spoken dialogue. It's set at a boarding school for deaf students. There are no subtitles for the sign language either. But Slaboshpytskiy eases us into this world with the film's first two shots. More

Braddock: Missing In Action III

Studio: Shout! Factory

Mar 15, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

If a scene where Chuck Norris drives a truck full of orphans across an exploding bridge while avoiding missiles fired at him by a helicopter sounds like something you’d want to see, then you’re probably the right type of person to enjoy Missing in Action III. More

The Graduate

Studio: Criterion

Mar 04, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Criterion gave The Graduate a presentation befitting a film of its caliber and reputation. More