A lucid examination of the influential graffiti crew Can't be Stopped, hailing out of West Hollywood and first rising to prominence in the 1980s.
Documentary Blu-Ray Reviews
A dry, haggard documentary, You Can't Kill Meme takes a potentially fun topic about Internet memes and runs off the rails.
An absorbing, introspective peek into Nick Cave's life and creative process by the man himself, staged more as high-flying performance art than your standard music documentary.
An engaging documentary delving into the professional and personal life of Hollywood cinematographer Donald M. Morgan.
Oliver Stone powerfully lays out the case against the Warren Commission's primary narrative in this astounding examination of JFK's assassination, JFK Revisited.
A tight, mostly candid look back at Norwegian's biggest pop success, a-ha.
An engaging and revealing documentary about Jay Bennett, a musician who had a massive influence over Wilco's early output.
An intimate, warmhearted profile of a music legend with celebrity guest interviews and candid access to Brian Wilson himself.
MLB provides a vivid memento for long-suffering Atlanta fans as the Braves capture the World Series in six games.
A moving and thoroughly enjoyable look back at the Bee Gees and their wonderful musical career as told by the last surviving brother, Barry Gibb.
For Madmen Only is an ambitious and occasionally engaging documentary about improv guru Del Close's methods and the many stars he groomed for SNL.
Analog Love is a heart-warming look back at the personal cassette era and how it helped shape music fans' lives for the better.