Ken Burns’ latest film is not just a singular portrait of The Roosevelts, but a look at America and its values
The World Wars gives an abbreviated and imperfect account of the bloody conflicts that gripped the first half of the twentieth century.
A ravishing historical epic with powerful performances, Queen Margot comes to Blu-ray in a beautifully restored director’s cut
Journalist Sebastian Junger revisits Restrepo in Korengal but doesn’t offer anything new.
Klaus Kinski puts on a career-defining performance in Werner Herzog’s epic Aguirre, Wrath of God
The powerful Best Picture Oscar-winner 12 Years a Slave comes to Blu-ray in a strong reference release from Fox
Big History tries to tie history together in a vast interconnected web, but the series doesn’t give enough time to each subject
The History Channel’s The Men Who Built America is another historical mini-series from the cable network that fails to live up to its ambitious title.
Spectacular underwater 3D imagery of the Titanic wreckage is the true reason to watch this brief documentary from The History Channel.
The History Channel tackles 13.7 billion years of history in just under 90-minutes in this entertaining, but casual, look at the history of the world.