Radiohead give an outstanding “live” studio performance of their King of Limbs album in their second appearance on From the Basement.
Music video director Romain Gavras makes his feature film debut with this complex, bleak, and sometimes violent road rage film about two outcasts brought together by the coincidence of their hair color. The 1080i/50 transfer doesn’t do the film justice, but its worth watching nonetheless.
This gory and feral horror flick from Oz may provide the goods when it comes to the blood, but that’s about all it has going for it.
Quietly grim, sexy, and brutal, Andrea Arnold’s Fish Tank is a shockingly realistic look at the world of an isolated working class teen girl.
Lebanon is claustrophobic hell in a tank and it comes in an excellent 1080i/50 Blu-ray release from Metrodome Group.
Delve into the horrors of the human psyche in this visually stunning and difficult film from Danish director Lars von Trier (Breaking the Waves, Dogville), now available in an average looking Blu-ray release loaded with extras from the UK’s Artificial Eye.
You’ll find more scares in a Disney movie and better picture quality on a well-done DVD. Skip it.