My Friend Dahmer

Studio: FilmRise / MVD

May 03, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

What does a serial killer look like as a teenager in the formative years of development? More

The Age of Innocence

Studio: Criterion

Apr 30, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

Repression is a little bit dangerous and sad, because locked behind those bars is full bodied life. That seems to be the unspoken core of Martin Scorsese’s film adaptation of The Age of Innocence, based on the novel by Edith Wharton. More

Dead Man

Studio: Criterion

Apr 27, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

Dead Man, in perhaps a paradoxical sense, is both Jim Jarmusch’s most accessible film and his most impenetrable. More

The Color of Pomegranates

Studio: Criterion

Apr 26, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

One of the most profoundly subversive films to come out of the Soviet film industry. More

Like Me

Studio: Kino Lorber

Apr 25, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

Why is it that movies about the internet, particularly of the alarmist sort, have their credibility disappear so quickly?  More

The Awful Truth

Studio: Criterion

Apr 24, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

A classic of the screwball comedy era, The Awful Truth is best known as the film that codified the persona of its male lead, Cary Grant. More

Lon Chaney: Before the Thousand Faces

Studio: Undercrank Productions

Apr 23, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

Lon Chaney: Before the Thousand Faces seeks to expose three of the actor's obscure silent films to the contemporary world, showcasing early stages of his silver screen career. More

Apr 20, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

Watching the fourteen new episodes of the revival’s first season, it feels as if Mystery Science Theater 3000 was never gone.  More

The Marcel Perez Collection, Vol. 2

Studio: Undercrank Productions

Apr 17, 2018 DVDs Web Exclusive

An international silent film star hailing from Madrid, Perez got his start making silent films in Italy before crossing over to the States during the first World War.  More