Gathering together eight films by the legendary director, MoC’s new release is a steal.
Hu’s thrilling martial arts film is presented in a stunning new transfer.
More a politely saucy British drama than a horror film.
Scott, David, and Ryan discuss the heritage of war, the supernatural, visual effects, and violence in Del Toro’s 2001 ghost story.
Oshima’s feature debut is an incendiary turning point in Japanese cinema.
Fuller’s down and dirty 1953 commie-fighting picture is as visceral and thrilling as ever.
Hou’s hotly-anticipated new film is among the most beautiful ever made.
An outstanding piece of drama, the film is, perhaps most surprisingly, very much a Danny Boyle Film.
Scott, David, and Sean discuss propriety, society, and sexuality in the definitive adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic farce.
Two directors. Five films. One set.
Scott, David, Trevor, and Ryan discuss memory, growing up, the remnants of war, and cultural exports in Erice’s 1973 landmark film.
Alex Ross Perry’s third feature gets the deluxe treatment.
Scott, David, and Trevor discuss fate, free will, spirituality, vocation, manipulation, and loneliness in Kieślowski’s metaphysical thriller.
The Oscar-winning romantic drama has heart, humor, and a lot of class.
Petzold’s new film is a suspenseful investigation of postwar reconstruction.
Fuller’s tornado of fury comes riding into high definition.