Here are five films you need to watch right now from the comfort of your own home.
This award winning romantic comedy may be a dry and quiet comedy, but it’s also a strong debut for its rookie filmmaker.
Could the future of the human race depend on one man’s fight to save the seeds that give us the very food we eat?
These two films, made only a year apart from one another, show how diverse the Yakuza genre could be, even under one filmmaker.
Ryan and James sit down to discuss the August 2015 line-up from Criterion.
Ryan and Brian chat about the new releases for the week.
Could a return to the Mad Max franchise be just the action film this generation has longed for?
A stunning re-release from Arrow Video USA, featuring the iconic Meiko Kaji.
David and Trevor dig into the newest Eclipse set, featuring a trio of repentant criminals seeking to mend their wicked ways.
Any month is right for it!
He may be best known for his work with Ridley Scott’s Alien, but this iconic artist was far more than that, and is now the focus of a new documentary.
Argo may have won the awards, but this documentary gives us the true story behind that thrilling escape story.
This indie darling makes the jump from the festival circuit to theaters. Does it live up to the hype?
We return with Joakim sharing his experiences in India, a catch up on what we have been watching before a look at Francesco Rosi’s Hands Over the City.
Ryan and Brian chat about the new DVD and Blu-rays for the week.
From a cult animated TV series to one of cinema’s great Shakespeare adaptations, here are five films to watch this weekend.
Of the many underrated features in Coppola’s canon, this may be the most impressive and provocative.
Ryan and Brian chat about the week’s new releases.