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.
Leos Carax’s lightning rod of a film is one of the year’s most essential films; and one of its best.
The latest film from director Julia Loktev may be the best film of 2012.
The classic Lon Chaney thriller finally hits Blu-ray.
Kubrick’s debut narrative feature arrives for the first time in HD.
Fritz Lang’s final film before his self-imposed exile is one of his most explosive.
Will you ‘nyuck nyuck nyuck’ with this release or feel like a knucklehead for picking it up? You’ll be surprised at the answer.
Samuel Fuller’s love letter to the newspaper industry explodes off the screen and into your home.
Girl Model unsettlingly tackles the unregulated meat market aspects of modeling with a digestible tip-of-the-iceberg approach that slaps a face on the roles of the recruiter and the recruited.
This comedy out of France is a fantastic and moving look at aging.
Ninja The Mission Force takes the old style of Godfrey Ho’s filmmaking and brings it to the web/DVD? Does it work in a comedic way?
A literary icon’s initial foray into late 60s radical underground cinema.