Dekalog Blu-ray/DVD

Studio: Criterion

Oct 21, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

At last, Krzysztof Kieślowski's magnum opus Dekalog's been given a long-deserved deluxe treatment--a definitive edition available on Blu-ray and DVD replete with essays, extras, and expanded versions of two of its ten parts. More

Oct 17, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Twelve men are all who occupy U.S. Outpost 31, a remote research station deep in the Antarctic. More

Carrie - 40th Anniversary Edition

Studio: Scream Factory

Oct 14, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

The real horror of Carrie does not lie with the vengeful, telepathic teenager of the movie’s title, but in the endless stream of abuse she endures for the majority of its runtime. More

Sep 28, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

The Cohen Film Collection pairs two of Sirk’s lesser-known works into a single package. More

Sep 26, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

In certain cinephile circles, the reputation of Mark Robson’s Valley of the Dolls, based on the novel by Jacqueline Susann, precedes itself.  More

Cat People

Studio: Criterion

Sep 23, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

There are a lot of things that should throw up red flags in any new relationship, but if your fiancée believes she’s descended from a line of Serbian witches who turn into throat-ripping panthers at the first touch of intimacy, boy, you best run. More

Blood Simple

Studio: Criterion

Sep 19, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Revisiting the 1984 debut of writing/directing team Joel and Ethan Coen somehow only serves to amplify their mystique. More

Sep 16, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

Jeffrey Byron plays Dogen, a ranger who’s tasked himself with stalking an evil warlord across his unidentified, Southwestern-looking planet.  More

Sep 12, 2016 DVDs Web Exclusive

The opening sequences of TF:TM are like the wedding sequence at the end of The Godfather, and the Autobots are all of Michael Corleone’s enemies. More