This Oscar-nominated war drama is one of the best looks at the real morality of modern war to date.
The landmark western still stands tall.
This take on the horror anthology film is first must see scarefest of 2016.
This new documentary looks at one of the great, and underrated, media satirists of our time.
New documentary looks at one of the music world’s smallest, yet most vital, scenes.
This new drama is one of the best films Slamdance has offered its attendees in years.
This noir takes us into not only the world of murder and prostitution, but lucha libre wrestling.
This debut feature from Dockendorf looks at two black, Muslim men in Brooklyn as they deal with things ranging from sexuality to gentrification.
Frankenheimer’s paranoid masterpiece also serves as a reflection of its star’s soul.
The first must-see film of 2016 comes from one of French cinema’s great underrated masters.
New film is a decidedly quiet bit of counter programming to the slate of Oscar-hopefuls expanding in the coming weeks.
New documentary looks at the history, lineage and craft behind the music that is known as Bossa Nova.
Amidst journeys to a galaxy far far away and the return of Quentin Tarantino, one of the year’s best films quietly arrives this holiday.
Forman’s riotous comedy of social disaster comes to high definition.
This marks the final chapter in Miguel Gomes’ magnificent Arabian Nights series.
New Blu-ray gives life to a hard-to-see masterpiece from two of cinema’s greatest artists.