Thelma & Louise is a legitimately unique rethinking of genre structure.
Like Petite Maman itself, Criterion’s Blu-ray is deceptively simple but packed with riches.
This spastically existential crime-flick abstraction unfurls like Suzuki’s cracked self-portrait.
Wenders’s fantasy of angels in Berlin before the end of the Cold War takes flight on 4K UHD.
This raucous satire makes its domestic home video debut with an impressive 4K UHD transfer.
Half a century later, Sidney Lumet’s Serpico has lost none of its urgency and relevance.
Arrow gives a hallmark of the 1980s geek canon with a gorgeous UHD upgrade.
The Haunting of Julia is a melancholy and eerily ambiguous horror film.
Radiance offers a faithful transfer of one of Fukasaku Kinji’s gnarliest yakuza classics.
Comencini’s film is absorbing, frequently amusing, and exceedingly well directed.
Severin’s release captures Greenaway’s black comedy in all its sumptuous beauty.
The film asks us to eat the rich, but Criterion’s release is at best a delicious light snack.
Kino’s stacked 4K edition requires no deliberation before adding it to your shopping cart.
Warner has outfitted this classic tale of teenage angst and rebellion with a stellar transfer.
This 4K transfer improves on Warner’s 2008 home video release in every way.
Even by the standards of the poliziotteschi, these films are truly gritty and wild.
Laugh for laugh, the film stacks quite well against Lubitsch’s most lauded masterpieces.