King Hu's groundbreaking martial arts classic from Shaw Brothers Come Drink With Me helped lay the foundation for future kung fu flicks.
Drama Blu-Ray Reviews
Fellini's popular international film La Dolce Vita is an intricate and rewarding satire packed with wondrous visuals.
Newly restored to its original color, one of the earliest Technicolor musicals The Dancing Pirate features Oscar-nominated dancing and lively fun from the 1930s.
An all-star cast, bolstered by Ridley Scott's superb craftsmanship, chronicle this entertaining saga of the rise and fall of Gucci in the 1980s, House of Gucci.
Acclaimed Japanese filmmaker Ryûsuke Hamaguchi crafts a compelling anthology, Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy, imbued with tenderness, love and capricious fate with extraordinary skill and precision.
Sloppy and stuffed with exposition, The Skulls doesn't aim higher than a pedestrian teen thriller with preposterous storytelling.
Long, ponderous, and thoughtful, A Walk in the Sun represents the authentic war experience both at its most grueling and dull.
The classic novel about a growing boy and the dogs he loves, Where the Red Fern Grows, receives an earnest, wholesome adaptation.
An intense, graphic indie prison thriller, Dark Blood stars John Leguizamo in a gritty performance.
A mostly engaging musical biopic from the Big Band era starring the The Fabulous Dorseys playing themselves.
Warren Beatty's popular, Oscar-nominated comedy Heaven Can Wait hits Blu-ray with disappointing A/V results.
Adapting one of David Mamet's early stage plays for the screen, the star-studded ensemble Edmond is an unchecked mess depicting masculinity in crisis.