This new documentary looks at the inspiring story of one of this nation’s youngest politicians.
The disc provides a very strong introduction to silent German cinema, one of the most exciting periods in cinema history.
Ryan and Brian discuss the new releases for the week of October 28th 2014.
Clive Barker’s long talked about cult classic finally comes to Blu-ray in its most complete cut, from the writer/director himself.
The coffee table book will feature over 300 pages of artwork from the Criterion Collection.
Collecting the best DVD and Blu-ray deals around the web.
Here are five horror films to make this week even scarier.
Debut feature from Wigon is an unforgettable look at romance in the digital age.
New drama is Sweden’s official entry into this year’s foreign language feature Oscar race.
The outstanding new Blu-ray release brings Borowczyk’s controversial film before a whole new audience.
David and Trevor spend an enjoyable hour talking with the lead essay writer for the Eclipse Series.
A mesmerizing drama of oblique emotions and gorgeous visuals.
This week, Ryan is joined by Brian and James to take a look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week.
Criterion’s investigation of the Western genre continues to accelerate with this marvelous presentation of a beloved masterpiece.
Scott, David, and Trevor discuss the faith, doubt, optimism, and comedy in Ingmar Bergman’s landmark 1957 film.
The wartime musical sings and dances its way to gorgeous high-definition.
New documentary looks at the experiences of a handful of blind chess players in India.
Haunting new documentary looks at genocide and its history through the lens of one man whose life work was to bring it to an end.