The World of Henry Orient

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

May 22, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

There’s something irresistibly charming about The World Of Henry Orient, George Roy Hill’s 1964 comedy about two teenage girls who bond over their outsider status, dysfunctional family units, and their love of concocting creative, imaginary escapades. More

Buena Vista Social Club

Studio: The Criterion Collection

May 19, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Twenty years has passed since American musician Ry Cooder emerged from Havana with the Buena Vista Social Club album. More

The Frank Sinatra Timex Shows, Vols. 1 & 2

Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment

May 17, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

In 1959, Frank Sinatra was contracted by ABC to host four special one-hour performances, to be released at various times throughout the network season. More


Studio: Criterion

May 17, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Tampopo is a movie with little to no cultural barrier. More

May 15, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Jeanne Dielman is not the prototypical French art film lampooned so often in Western pop culture. It’s simple while exploring deep, complicated feelings far beneath the surface. More

I Am Not Your Negro

Studio: Magnolia Home Entertainment

May 12, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

I Am Not Your Negro manages to be as intellectually stimulating as it is emotionally impactful, which is a remarkable feat. More

Heat: Director’s Definitive Edition

Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

May 10, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Heat is one of those movies about which one could accurately say, “The don’t make them like this anymore.”  More

Things To Come

Studio: IFC Films

May 09, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Mia Hansen-Løve’s fifth film shows one supposedly set person coming to terms with a series of unexpected changes. More

Broken Arrow

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

May 04, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Broken Arrow was notable in its day for containing the most sympathetic and balanced depiction of Native Americans in a Hollywood film up to that point, standing in stark contrast to previous Westerns that portrayed them as savage barbarians or drunken comic relief. More