Did James remember to rewind this feature or did he just tape over it with something better?
Lubitsch’s early silent films prove illuminating to his better-known works, and are incredibly entertaining in their own right.
Liliana Cavani’s unsung masterpiece finally hits Blu-ray thanks to Raro Video.
The amazing real-life story of one of Hollywood’s earliest and biggest child actor superstars turns out to be a surprisingly poignant tale of grace and reconciliation.
One of the year’s most important documentaries comes to home video.
A swift-moving introduction to avant-garde film from the perspective of someone raised from childhood in that scene.
The Danish import is one of the better TV shows you haven’t seen.
A beautiful introduction to a versatile filmmaker’s too-short career.
This award-winning independent American film shot in India in 2006 finally has a well-deserved home video release.
The collection might be of more interest to historians than cinephiles, but parents of any stripe can still learn a lot from these postwar shorts.
An unsung gem from last year finally arrives on home video.
After seeing Compliance 3 times, James finally has the guts to sit down and write out his review.
The Oscar-nominated film is now available on DVD, and is a must-see.
An astonishing immersion into the realm of poverty- and religion-fueled prostitution in three distinct cultures.
After an award-winning run through the 2011 European festival circuit, this Austrian debut feature finds a home video release in the USA.
Volumes 5 and 6 in the Classic Educational Shorts series from the A/V Geeks Film Library