A visually compelling romance, Rapture has an ethereal and international flare, but treads very familiar ground
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
A must-own Billy Wilder classic with Kirk Douglas arrives on Blu-ray from Eureka’s Masters of Cinema
White Dog is a powerful and controversial look at racism in America
A visually powerful yet coldly distant look at post–war corruption in Rome from Francesco Rosi
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