Suzuki Seijun’s 1963 breakthrough yakuza film Youth of the Beast is a world of junkie prostitutes, sadistic pimps, and gun fetishists. Get it on Blu-ray now.
See why you’ll want to watch the wonderful, heartwarming, and family friendly anime film A Letter to Momo from director Okiura Hiroyuki on Blu-ray.
An upbeat and updated production of a classic comic opera, this Rossini Festival production of L’Italiana in Algeri on Blu-ray offers many smiles, outright guffaws, and nonstop shtick.
With Blacula: The Complete Collection, Eureka Classics brings the ’70s Blaxploitation horror film and its sequel to Blu-ray in time for the holidays.
Nicolas Cage stars in this derivative, direct-to-disc thriller Tokarev, AKA Rage, and it’s only worth watching if you want to waste time.
The brutal 1970 cult classic Mark of the Devil doesn’t have quite the shock value it once did but genre fans will still love it.
The fast-pace comedy anime series Kill Me Baby is a super-fun time on Blu-ray
A manic but effective portrayal of Elektra’s heroine, and excepting the less than top-flight visuals, a compelling performance that demands our attention.
Disaster L.A. is a zombie flick that takes all the superficial elements of a Romero film and squanders them early on. Avoid this one.
Nightcap, or Merci pour le chocolat is an enjoyable but only average late effort from great French filmmaker Claude Chabrol.