It Happened One Night Blu-ray

Studio: Criterion

Nov 21, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

It Happened One Night was in many ways a predecessor to the modern romantic comedy, and its dynamics will still feel familiar to the current-day viewer. More

UHF: 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray

Studio: Shout! Factory

Nov 17, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

Shout! Factory give "Weird Al" Yankovic's UHF a proper deluxe treatment befitting the film’s quarter-centennial.  More

Dolls: Collector’s Edition Blu-ray

Studio: Scream Factory

Nov 10, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

Fresh off the over-the-top zombie classic Re-Animator but before he could move on to his follow-up Lovecraft adaption, From Beyond, Stuart Gordon was tabbed to helm a movie about killer dolls. More

Vengeance is Mine Blu-ray

Studio: Criterion

Nov 03, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

Shohei Imamura’s unflinching serial killer film was ahead the curve when it arrived in 1979. More

Oct 27, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

While Nightbreed still isn’t a great film—even in this new director’s cut—Scream Factory should be lauded for allowing Barker to finally release his favored version. More

Oct 17, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

Sex Pistols - The TV Tapes serves as a visual timeline of the seminal UK punk act.  More

Oct 14, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

"We were Hüsker fucking Dü," says that band's former drummer at the start of Every Everything, knowing full well that the influential Minnesota trio was entirely worthy of the bravado. More

All That Jazz Blu-ray/DVD

Studio: Criterion

Oct 13, 2014 DVDs Web Exclusive

With 1979's All That Jazz, director/choreographer Bob Fosse turned the camera on the most incredible subject in his universe: himself. From a screenplay he co-wrote with Robert Alan Aurthur, Fosse focuses on a period in which he furiously worked to juggle choreography for the Broadway musical Chicago while editing Lenny, the 1974 film he directed about the controversial comedian More

Oct 10, 2014 DVDs Issue #51 - September/October 2014 - alt-J

It's hard to describe Pedro Almodóvar's 1990-released Spanish romantic-absurdity concisely, nearly as hard as it is to look away from the film. Shot with passion and intensity by José Luis Alcaine, Almodóvar has fun genre-blending while telling the bizarre tale of a young actress (Victoria Abril) who falls in love with the man (Antonio Banderas as a former mental asylum patient) who kidnapped her. More