Disturbing and essential, Never Take Candy from a Stranger reveals the faults in society's unchanging attitudes toward sexual crimes.
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
Unusually reserved, Stop Me Before I Kill takes a rational approach to brain injuries, which isn't always exciting, but still memorable.
The period drama Dreamland is for Margot Robbie lovers hoping she lights up the screen. She doesn't.
Choosing to explore the tensions between Korea's borders through unlikely friendship, JSA ends in humanist tragedy.
Guncrazy loses itself in violence, ruining attempt to humanize two murderers on a rampage out west.
Unrelenting in exposing Japan's social ills, Black Rain looks at not only the physical tragedy of Hiroshima, but the mental and isolation terrors too.
Tighter and faster, Francis Ford Coppola's reedit makes Godfather Coda a better movie and stronger finish to the trilogy, if still an imperfect one.
Men good, women bad, or at least that's Mutiny's final lesson in telling a classic, same-y Hollywood high seas tale.
Always on the move, Short History of the Long Road sports a perfect title as it follows a young woman looking for her identity.
Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman team up for a wildly inventive and magically clever meta-comedy, Adaptation.
Alejandro Jodorowsky's most garish and notorious film, Holy Mountain takes viewers on an uneven acid trip with New Age spirituality.
A better message than movie, Cut Throat City delves into the post-Katrina landscape and how inequality offered no out other than crime.