Two directors. Five films. One set.
The classic documentary finally makes its Blu-ray debut here stateside thanks to Kino Lorber.
Alex Ross Perry’s third feature gets the deluxe treatment.
The Oscar-winning romantic drama has heart, humor, and a lot of class.
One of the great British films of the 1980s finally arrives on Blu-ray.
Fuller’s tornado of fury comes riding into high definition.
The British distributors go all-out for the ultimate British gangster film.
Alain Resnais’ pivotal feature film debut gets a splendid and justly deserved Blu-ray upgrade – with a few caveats attached.
Fellini’s extravagance looks outstanding on Blu-ray.
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.
Coffy explodes on high definition.
Arrow’s best Borowczyk disc yet comes to the U.S. and U.K.
Father-daughter team Ryan and Tatum O’Neal charm their way across America, and onto Blu-ray.
These two films, made only a year apart from one another, show how diverse the Yakuza genre could be, even under one filmmaker.
A stunning re-release from Arrow Video USA, featuring the iconic Meiko Kaji.