A businessman struggles to stay true to his ideals during the violent New York City winter of ’81 in A Most Violent Year, on Blu-ray now.
A man is on the run on his own after a bank heist gone wrong in this 1947 psychological thriller from Carol Reed, on Blu-ray from Criterion Collection.
An unusual Yakuza film with an almost supernatural twist.
WGN series Manhattan, a fictionalized account of The Manhattan Project, gets off with a blast in its first season on Blu-ray
Unbroken arrives on Blu-ray an unvarnished tale of heroism that is well-crafted, powerfully acted and directed.
Mutta’s journey to join his brother as an astronaut continues in the second collection of Space Brothers on Blu-ray from Sentai Filmworks
Grantchester, the latest British import, is an intriguing series with sympathetic characters and believable mysteries.
Infamous for a supposedly non-faked sex scene between then real-life couple Mickey Rourke and Carre Otis, Wild Orchid was never a good film and has aged poorly.
An examination of violence and consumerism that looks stylish but is a convoluted mess.
Two young female assassins search together for clues to their past in the classic anime series Noir on Blu-ray from FUNimation.