The landmark western still stands tall.
Frankenheimer’s paranoid masterpiece also serves as a reflection of its star’s soul.
Forman’s riotous comedy of social disaster comes to high definition.
New Blu-ray gives life to a hard-to-see masterpiece from two of cinema’s greatest artists.
After a theatrical tour of a curated selection of these films, a new Blu-ray featuring shorts from The Brothers Quay finally arrives just in time for the holidays.
Dassin’s fierce and fiery truck-drivin’ noir comes roaring to high definition.
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.
Oshima’s feature debut is an incendiary turning point in Japanese cinema.
One of documentary cinema’s greatest forgotten masterpieces finally comes to Blu-ray.
Fuller’s down and dirty 1953 commie-fighting picture is as visceral and thrilling as ever.
One of silent cinema’s great horror feasts arrives on Blu-ray thanks to Kino Lorber just in time for Halloween.
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.