Scream Factory brings the world a new Blu-ray of this cult genre classic.
The 1984 cult oddity finds several characters feeling just fine at the end of the world.
Fellini’s 1970 docudrama is very serious about the business of play.
The disc provides a very strong introduction to silent German cinema, one of the most exciting periods in cinema history.
Clive Barker’s long talked about cult classic finally comes to Blu-ray in its most complete cut, from the writer/director himself.
The outstanding new Blu-ray release brings Borowczyk’s controversial film before a whole new audience.
Criterion’s investigation of the Western genre continues to accelerate with this marvelous presentation of a beloved masterpiece.
The wartime musical sings and dances its way to gorgeous high-definition.
Borowczyk slides into the world of sexually explicit cinema.
Ridley Scott’s epic returns to Blu-ray in an essential edition.
Borowczyk’s medieval chamber piece comes to high definition.
The film makes a strong impact in addressing cultural concerns that remain as unsettling and provocative as they must have been in 1962 – though perhaps for different reasons than what the film’s original viewers had to wrestle with.
The latest from Alexander Sokurov is one of the most intriguing films of the last handful of years.
The twisted and beautiful world of David Lynch is finally in the Collection.
Borowczyk’s first live-action feature plunges us into a surreal, darkly hilarious dictatorship.
The first set of Arrow’s Borowczyk releases provides a tremendous introduction to the filmmaker, and is of tremendous value all its own.