The Farrelly Brothers’ rude and crude 1996 film cult-comedy classic Kingpin rolls onto Blu-ray for the first time from Paramount
The highly anticipated prequel Ghost in the Shell: ARISE is true to the original film and is a series that anime fans will need to own on Blu-ray.
Jennifer Aniston stars in the reasonably entertaining adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s The Switch, Life of Crime, by writer/director Daniel Schechter, out now on Blu-ray from Lionsgate
The Scribbler graphic novel adaptation by director John Suits makes a visually impressive yet chaotic impression on Blu-ray from XLRator Media.
Suzuki Seijun’s 1963 breakthrough yakuza film Youth of the Beast is a world of junkie prostitutes, sadistic pimps, and gun fetishists. Get it on Blu-ray now.
See why you’ll want to watch the wonderful, heartwarming, and family friendly anime film A Letter to Momo from director Okiura Hiroyuki on Blu-ray.
An upbeat and updated production of a classic comic opera, this Rossini Festival production of L’Italiana in Algeri on Blu-ray offers many smiles, outright guffaws, and nonstop shtick.
With Blacula: The Complete Collection, Eureka Classics brings the ’70s Blaxploitation horror film and its sequel to Blu-ray in time for the holidays.
Nicolas Cage stars in this derivative, direct-to-disc thriller Tokarev, AKA Rage, and it’s only worth watching if you want to waste time.
The brutal 1970 cult classic Mark of the Devil doesn’t have quite the shock value it once did but genre fans will still love it.