Is this the best documentary so far in 2013?
This film comes from the stage legend’s very own wife.
From Oscar winning writer to first time director, this is Fletcher’s debut directorial outing.
The modern adaptation avoids many of the pitfalls of the genre, while highlighting so many of the attributes of the text.
The controversial drama finally arrives on Blu-ray.
The film is still as great as its title promises, but the new transfer doesn’t exactly live up to this claim.
Jumping from VOD to theaters, this taut and intense thriller is the best thing arriving this weekend.
Much anticipated Blu-ray finally arrives, and it’s a beauty.
The legendary epic now available on Blu-ray, in all of its over-budgeted glory.
Beating The Master for the coveted Golden Lion at last year’s Venice Film Festival, Kim Ki-duk’s Pietà is emptily repugnant with no return value.
Is this a must own for fans or nothing more than a campy early-1990s action picture?
This award-winning independent American film shot in India in 2006 finally has a well-deserved home video release.
Is this the best Trek film of all time or is it the first real disappointment of 2013?
New independent documentary is a touching look at an activist and his life.
This documentary looks at one troupe’s production of an all-time great opera.
Clouzot’s wartime entertainment is a ball of thriller-as-comedy.