Persona 4: The Animation comes to a close with the strong second half in this second collection from Sentai Filmworks.
Simply shooting something guerrilla style and dripping in a lot of F-bombs may qualify as gritty these days, but it doesn’t make it an interesting film. End of Watch is a less than average buddy-cop crime drama saved only by good performances from its leads.
BBC America’s Copper puts a unique and riveting twist on the crime-drama, with this Civil War-era story set in the infamous Five Points district of New York City.
Writer/director Christopher Nolan’s feature-length debut, Following, is a fantastic, atmospheric neo-noir thriller.
The fantastic third season of this crime drama from the FX cable network arrives with an equally fantastic Blu-ray package from Sony.
Richard Gere’s performance carries this film a long way, but Arbitrage is still an effective look at the lack of scruples amongst the Wall Street elite.
René Clément’s fascinating 1960 adaptation of The Talented Mr. Ripley is brought to Blu-ray in a wonderful transfer from the Criterion Collection.
Get a major dose of 1980s B-movie cheese in this so bad it’s laughably good martial arts cult classic, complete with bad grindhouse transfer from Drafthouse Films.
Dick Tracy has a fantastic cast and wonderful production, but ultimately it suffers from a not so great script. This Blu-ray also offers only an average transfer of the film’s dazzling bright primary color palette.
Warner Archive Collection’s Blu-ray release of Sydney Lumet’s Deathtrap offers a satisfying if far from perfect transfer of this dark comedy/mystery.