Frank Capra’s seminal rom-com romp delivers the expected laughs, but offers considerably more food for thought along the way.
There are eight million Blu-ray reviews in the Naked City. This is one of them.
One of today’s great indie filmmakers brings us yet another fantastic feature, one of 2014’s best films.
Suzuki emerges as a full-on auteur in this pulpy, expressionist crime thriller.
Despite being a relatively standard biopic, this prestige picture from director James Marsh is a real triumph.
Scream Factory brings the world a new Blu-ray of this cult genre classic.
New film looks at one man’s life after being released from prison following a wrongful conviction.
With one of the best lead performances of 2014, Birdman is a contender for Film Of The Year.
The 1984 cult oddity finds several characters feeling just fine at the end of the world.
This new horror film is a sci-fi take on the found footage horror genre.
Jennifer Kent’s debut film The Babadook is as good as you’ve heard. An exacting portrait of motherhood and grief, it’s also the best horror film so far this decade.
The latest from director Sion Sono may very well be the best film of the year.
Fellini’s 1970 docudrama is very serious about the business of play.
New documentary is the latest look at the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
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.