The penultimate season of Justified stays true to the vision of the late Elmore Leonard’s work and provides a an excellent amount of gritty entertainment.
David Hare’s Johnny Worricker spy trilogy comes to a weak conclusion in its third and final installment Salting the Battlefield.
The reductive and uninspired action-comedy Drive Hard doesn’t offer much to recommend it
The hit Italian organized crime drama Gomorrah redefines the drama, is gorgeously filmed, and will keep you glued to the TV.
Arrow Films brings the eight million stories of 1948′s groundbreaking crime drama The Naked City to Blu-ray+DVD Combo Pack.
This comprehensive 28-disc complete series collection on Blu-ray from HBO of the landmark crime drama The Sopranos is one gift you won’t be able to refuse this holiday season.
The Vanishing is brilliant, yet disturbing film that weaves a spell-binding tale of abduction, pursuit, and resolution although not necessarily in that order. Criterion’s Blu-ray release is of typically high quality.
Jennifer Aniston stars in the reasonably entertaining adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s The Switch, Life of Crime, by writer/director Daniel Schechter, out now on Blu-ray from Lionsgate
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.
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.