This minor early effort from John Cassavetes still makes for an entertaining release on Blu-ray from the Masters of Cinema series.
The classic dark comedy/romance Harold and Maude hits Blu-ray in a Masters of Cinema edition
If….’s gripping tale of angry youth, immovable authority figures, and latent sexuality is a must see for any film lover.
Robert Altman’s sprawling, complex, and multilayered classic Nashville hits Blu-ray courtesy of the Masters of Cinema series
Underrated Richard Fleischer crime thriller Violent Saturday arrives on Blu-ray from Eureka Classics
A must-own Billy Wilder classic with Kirk Douglas arrives on Blu-ray from Eureka’s Masters of Cinema
Underappreciated historical adventure starring Charlton Heston gets a chance for reconsideration in a new Blu-ray edition from Eureka
White Dog is a powerful and controversial look at racism in America
Sydney Lumet’s gritty and realistic crime drama Serpico is one of the great examples of the 1970s movement of post-studio system auteurs.
Sundance award winner Computer Chess arrives on Blu-ray, and it will be one of the most unique comedies you’ll see this year