Robert Altman’s sprawling, complex, and multilayered classic Nashville hits Blu-ray courtesy of the Masters of Cinema series
This 1993 Dio concert arrives for the first time on any home video format for headbangers everywhere to rock out to.
May meets December in this fine Montreux concert featuring newcomer Kerry Ellis and rock legend Brian May.
The last filmed concert by the rocker Willy DeVille offers a catalog of his hits played to the hilt in less than stellar visuals and sonics
If you like J-pop, then you just might like this charming and little bit cheesy anime series about Idols, Uta no Prince-sama
CBGB offers a look at the famous NYC music club in the halcyon days of punk and new wave with a comedic edge and stellar soundtrack
R-Evolution offers up a visual evolution of The Doors in television and film — it’s a must-have collection for fans.
Caro Emerald’s debut Blu-ray concert from the BBC Radio Theater is a smashing good collection of jazz, pop, Latin, and just plain delightful songs.
Saga: Spin It Again! dishes out a concert that headbangers will probably go for but for most will be too much of the same thing
One of the best ballet Blu-rays in some time, this homage to the legendary Sir Frederick Ashton gives wonderful examples of his art