New York is a one in a million type city. A melding of nationalities, races, religions, sexual orientations, New York City is the rare…
This powerful look at one of hip-hop culture’s great documentarians finally arrives on home video.
David Riker’s masterpiece is now on DVD, and it remains as powerful today as it was over 15 years ago.
New set includes five of the best films from one of documentary films greatest unknown poets.
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.