Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Aug 24, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Silkwood is a dark, moody, thought-provoking film that deserved its accolades and remains a haunting testimony of what happens when the little guy takes on the Goliath of industry.  More

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (50th Anniversary Edition)

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Aug 18, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Released fifty years ago, no one expected Sergio Leone’s The Good, The Bad and The Ugly to become one of the defining films of the so-called “Spaghetti Western” genre. More

Sonny Rollins - Saxophone Colossus

Studio: MVD Entertainment Group

Aug 17, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

A captivating, enjoyable look into the life of one of the more understated legends from the classical jazz era. More


Studio: Criterion

Aug 15, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Hopscotch does something different with its storytelling: it brings the audience along for the ride, effectively making the viewer an accomplice to the shenanigans at play. More

My Favorite Brunette

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Aug 09, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Comedy legend Bob Hope’s talents have stood the test of time, and in watching much of his work, one can still find laughs galore. More

The Breaking Point

Studio: Criterion

Aug 08, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

The Breaking Point makes an excellent case study in how much Hollywood filmmaking was beginning to change in the wake of World War II. More

Fargo: 20th Anniversary Edition

Studio: Shout! Factory

Aug 08, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

It’s almost as hard to imagine over twenty years have passed since Fargo entered this world. More

Aug 07, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Cinematic Titanic will feel familiar for anyone who’s seen any Mystery Science Theater, from the quality of b-movies they lambast to the blacked-out silhouettes covering part of the screen. More


Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Aug 04, 2017 DVDs Web Exclusive

Sometimes, popular culture serves more as a timepiece of an era than as a defining statement, revealing what was going on during the era in question. Thus, a lot of less than stellar works of art are more important for the slices of life that they offer than for artistic merit.  More