Is this a worthwhile monster picture, or nothing but a forgettable sci-fi bomb?
Another great early spine number upgrade.
Could this be the film of the summer?
This indie drama proves that the heist thriller genre may not be as stale as we all think.
The test of whether one can spend a feature film mocking their teenage years.
Shindo’s spooky-scary ghost-cat film looks gorgeous, though very different from its Criterion incarnation.
This interesting sports documentary hit store shelves earlier this month.
Could this be Refn’s best film to date, or his biggest disappointment?
Could this be as groundbreaking a documentary as it has been billed as? Short answer: Yes.
A film of exceptional beauty, rhythm, and soul.
This might be the best documentary, and one of the best films, of the year.
The horror anthology hits Blu-ray thanks to Kino and their Mario Bava Collection sereis.
Criterion kicks off their second half with a brilliant new release of a masterwork from auteur Kenji Mizoguchi.
Guillermo Del Toro’s new summer popcorn flick is disappointing and cacophonous.
This rare Bava gem finally hits Blu-ray.
A swift-moving introduction to avant-garde film from the perspective of someone raised from childhood in that scene.