Katy Perry makes teenage dreams come true with this tilt-a-whirl, Day-Glo splashed, documentary concert film.
The Five-O are coming, but there’s no need to run from this addictive bit of escapist, action-fueled eye candy.
With that feel good, rise above the odds concept, Touchback is yet another Blu-ray winner from Anchor Bay Entertainment.
Sally Potter’s Tango Lesson fails to drum up the passion of the dance that inspires its story, but it is a beautifully filmed and quaint romance.
This remake of the 70s anime series is a fun watch and hits Blu-ray and DVD in a solid, feature-rich collectible package from NIS America.
Criterion brings the Pathé restoration of Marcel Carné’s epic romance/drama to Blu-ray in the US in a package filled with quality supplements.
David Fincher proved he had game in this 1997 psycho-drama follow up to his hit film Seven.
This sci-fi fantasy anime feature-length film reworks Sleeping Beauty into a nightmarish dystopian future of deadly viruses, thorny vines, and mutated beasts. It has stunning animation and a gorgeous soundtrack to go along with it.
“Magnificent” can hardly describe Béla Tarr’s self-proclaimed final film, The Turin Horse, an essay in the struggles of survival, of life and death, that truly plays out like poetry in motion.
Goats fails to amuse or stir up much drama despite its strong cast and beautiful cinematography.