These two films, made only a year apart from one another, show how diverse the Yakuza genre could be, even under one filmmaker.
Any month is right for it!
The wholly unusual star vehicle is an uncomfortable exploration of the murkiness of morality.
The blazing Paddy Chayefsky-scripted satire comes burning into your TV…though thankfully not literally!
In the future, there are no wars. There is only…Blu-ray.
Scott, Sean, and James discuss fluidity, sexuality, grief, and the occult in the 1973 horror film.
Bernard’s haunting adaptation of Roland Dorgelès’ generation-defining novel looks incredible in high-definition.
Resnais’ final film finds him as playful as ever.
Scott, David, Sean, and Trevor discuss Kurosawa’s relative truth and visual expressionism.
Why don’t you pass the time by watching a few supplements?
“It all falls under the general heading of ‘progress.'”
Mann’s final western is a tense, moody, unromantic portrait of the era.
Scott, David, Sean, and Catherine discuss how Denis explores race, class, gender, and going a little mad in her 2009 feature.
Gunn’s landmark horror masterpiece comes to Blu-ray in the U.K.
Mulligan’s Southern Gothic horror film shows how much can change in ten years.
Arrow outdoes Criterion at every corner in bringing Mann’s landmark film to Blu-ray