A 31-year-old tries to follow in his younger brother’s footsteps by becoming an astronaut in the refreshingly original sci-fi comedy/drama Space Brothers.
Groundbreaking western Man of the West arrives on Blu-ray from The Masters of Cinema Series
1969 is a vacuous anti-war film that is undermined by weaknesses of plot, script, and direction.
An average man feeds his masochism with a bevvy of sexy dominatrices until it gets out of control in the dark comedy R100.
The motorcycle gang movie was a frozen-in-aspic cinematic genre that passed its sell by date many years ago and The Wild Angels definitely feels dated.
Pork Chop Hill is the quintessential “war is hell” film that conveys the brutal nature of warfare with graphic depictions of death and destruction.
This racy rendition of D.H. Lawrence’s controversial novel receives sensual cinematography that leaves literally nothing to the imagination.
A sadistic music teacher tutors a driven student in the Oscar-winning drama Whiplash, out now on Blu-ray.
Back to 1942 (一九四二) is a beautifully filmed epic that tells the story of China’s devastating wartime famine in Henan.
Maps to the Stars looks at the narcissistic world of Hollywood celebrity in that strange David Cronenberg way.