An unusual multimedia piece dealing with the Prometheus legend that, in spite of a top-notch orchestra and conductor, fails to cohere into a satisfying watch
Federico Fellini’s homoerotic, free-form adaptation of Petronius’ first-century Roman book, Satyricon arrives in a new 4K restoration from the Masters of Cinema collection.
The innovative 1998 sci-fi anime series Serial Experiments Lain makes its way to Blu-ray with a strong HD restoration and hefty in-box bonuses from FUNimation Entertainment.
Director Wim Wenders gives us a marvelous portrait of the late avant-garde choreographer Pina Bausch. Mixing selections from several ballets with poignant reminiscences by her dancers, this is a disc not to be missed.
Lionsgate brings Luis Buñuel’s final film, a masterpiece that examines the indefinable element of attraction, to Blu-ray in a finely transferred StudioCanal Collection edition for the U.S.
Stanley Kubrick’s controversial debut feature film is brought to Blu-ray with a solid restoration from The Library of Congress by Eureka’s Masters of Cinema series.
Criterion Collection releases a gorgeous high definition transfer of the innovative Kurosawa Akira 1950 classic packed with informative bonus features.
“Magnificent” can hardly describe Béla Tarr’s self-proclaimed final film, The Turin Horse, an essay in the struggles of survival, of life and death, that truly plays out like poetry in motion.
This 1963 classic is a master class in comedic social commentary by four of the greatest auteurs in cinematic history.
Pasolini’s story of Christ arrives on Blu-ray in a Dual Format edition from the Masters of Cinema series that is a likely contender for one of their best releases of the year.