Robinson’s landmark film gets a release worthy of its reputation.
Scott and David discuss portraits of Paris and youth culture, the influence of American gangster films, misogyny, and tone in Godard’s classic film.
Take a magic carpet ride back to 1924 with this Fairbanks adventure.
Fritz Lang! Spies! What more could you need?
There are eight million Blu-ray reviews in the Naked City. This is one of them.
Suzuki emerges as a full-on auteur in this pulpy, expressionist crime thriller.
The 1984 cult oddity finds several characters feeling just fine at the end of the world.
Fellini’s 1970 docudrama is very serious about the business of play.
The disc provides a very strong introduction to silent German cinema, one of the most exciting periods in cinema history.
The outstanding new Blu-ray release brings Borowczyk’s controversial film before a whole new audience.
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.
Borowczyk slides into the world of sexually explicit cinema.
Borowczyk’s medieval chamber piece comes to high definition.
Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, and Sean Hutchinson discuss genre-bending, sexuality, star personas, and depictions of morality in Hawks’s first Western.
Borowczyk’s first live-action feature plunges us into a surreal, darkly hilarious dictatorship.