A one-of-a-kind memorial concert for the tenth anniversary of 9/11, Alan Gilbert leads the New Philharmonic Orchestra in a moving performance of Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony.
Another Earth is a powerful human drama in the guise of science fiction and it arrives in a solid Blu-ray combo pack release from Fox.
Legendary Polish directory Kieslowski receives deluxe Criterion treatment of his Colors trilogy. The camera work is intimate and the performances, hors de concours.
The Help is truly a PG-13 tour through the Jim Crow south, and obvious Oscar bait, but despite its flaws, it is sure to find an audience due to its stellar cast and strong performances.
The classic 1974 original of this New York-infused thriller arrives on Blu-ray from MGM in a barebones release with a serviceable high definition transfer.
At a running time of only 24-minutes with only a brief 8 1/2 minute long featurette in tow, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas is surely overpriced at an MSRP of $24.99, but it still looks good given its nearly forty-year-old vintage.
Journey to the far reaches of the Universe once more with this feature rich Blu-ray set of the fan favorite sci-fi series Farscape from A&E.
This live Deep Purple performance is marred by clumsy orchestral arrangements and a cluttered sounding audio mix.
With excellent video, fine audio, one great feature and an all around powerful film, Anchor Bay’s Sarah’s Key comes highly recommended.
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is a funny spoof on the slasher genre and should be an instant cult classic on Blu-ray.