This rock-centric documentary looks at the life and work of one of music’s greatest drummers.
Andrew Neel’s film may be one of the best found footage features to date.
Ernst Lubitsch’s masterpiece is as alive as cinema has ever been.
DreamWorks Animation’s latest is their most beautiful of the CGI era, but is missing a core.
Criterion’s newly released Blu-ray may be their best of 2012.
Joe Wright brings a theatrical tradition to his cinema of quality.
The new film from director David O. Russell is one of his best to date.
With Spielberg’s big Lincoln epic arriving in wide release this Friday, we look at a newly released Blu-ray of one of cinema’s first Lincoln films.
Fritz Lang’s masterpiece gets a justly fantastic Blu-ray from Kino.
Film may very well be Spielberg’s best in ages.
Lang’s two-part silent epic looks astounding.
Does a return to the realm of live action feature filmmaking for Robert Zemeckis bring with it a return to form?
Film is the latest from indie darling Bradley Rust Gray.
Marston’s second feature proves that while he may take his time crafting his films, his features are well worth the wait.
Beloved indie darling finally hits home video, and lives up to the hype.
Often thought an impossible novel to adapt for the big screen, three of today’s foremost filmmakers take a stab at one of this generation’s most beloved novels. And we should all be thankful.