Ken Burns’ ‘Jackie Robinson’, a two-part, four-hour documentary that breaks through the myths and reveals the man behind the legend arrives on Blu-ray from PBS.
Werner Herzog’s compelling 1995 documentary on enigmatic Renaissance composer Carlo Gesualdo, ‘Death for Five Voices,’ is out on Blu-ray from Arthaus Musik.
Writer/director John Sayles’ ‘Eight Men Out’ dramatizes the 1919 “Black Sox” scandal, on Blu-ray now from Olive Films.
Liberation fighters conspire to assassinate a Japanese army commander in colonial-era Korea in the sprawling historical epic Assassination on Blu-ray from Well Go USA.
Oscar-winning Director Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech) and Oscar-winning Actor Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything) bring to life the story of the first gender reassignment surgery in The Danish Girl.
Tom Hardy is excellent as both the Kray Brothers in the mediocre film ‘Legend’.
The plight of the British women who fought for the right to vote is beautifully told in the excellent film ‘Suffragette.’
History Channel miniseries Texas Rising arrives on Blu-ray with an all star cast Sept. 1 from Lionsgate.
Phoenix is the brutal story of a disfigured concentration camp survivor who attempts to fit back into society and find out who betrayed her.
The Imitation Game is the not quite true story of Alan Turing, but Benedict Cumberbatch successfully brings him to life.