First wave of films from TIFF 2013 makes this yet another must-attend festival.
This interesting sports documentary hit store shelves earlier this month.
Could this be the first in a wave of auteurs taking to crowd sourcing for more personal projects?
This film deserves to be discussed as possibly Coppola’s best piece of work.
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.
Here are five films to add to your weekend watch list.
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.
From panels to pre-orders to exclusives, there is a lot to find at Comic Con 2013 if you’re into collecting physical media for your shelves.
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.
The joy and sorrow of Murnau’s final film continues to resonate in MoC’s spectacular new Blu-ray.
Collecting the best DVD and Blu-ray deals around the web.
Matias Pineiro brings us what may be the best film of 2013 so far, that you may not have heard of.