Pineiro is back with yet another take on Shakespeare that is unlike any adaptation of The Bard you’ll ever see.
This film looks at one of the many violent shooting deaths that have made headlines over the last half decade.
John Frankenheimer’s action-packed war thriller is also a potent reflection on the value of art.
This Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner from 1959 reintroduced German cinema to a world audience.
Who thought the world of ’90s dance music could be ground for one of the year’s most involving dramas?
With this new, dark indie drama, Rory Culkin has become one of today’s most interesting young actors.
Coffy explodes on high definition.
New film looks at the first US tour for poet Dylan Thomas.
From the man behind Room 237 comes one of the most terrifying documentaries you’ll ever see.
Arrow’s best Borowczyk disc yet comes to the U.S. and U.K.
One of the year’s best films is also one of its most beautiful and melancholic.
This haunting new film takes a Repulsion-esque look at the early stages of parenthood.
Our submission to the 2015 White Elephant Blogathon.
This evocative look at the moments after one enter’s adulthood is a perfect bit of summer movie season counter programming.
Father-daughter team Ryan and Tatum O’Neal charm their way across America, and onto Blu-ray.
This award winning romantic comedy may be a dry and quiet comedy, but it’s also a strong debut for its rookie filmmaker.