An astonishingly elegant, thrillingly free-form sci-fi love story.
Jack Palance makes a memorable debut by bringing the plague to New Orleans in this gripping film noir thriller.
The Blue Planet is a bit dated, but still looks amazing, and introduces us to mysterious under-sea life.
It delivers a great deal of laughs and a touch of heart, bringing to mind films like "Little Miss Sunshine."
A blackly comic gem from Chaplin's late period.
David Bennett paves the way for Peter Bark's groundbreaking performance in Burial Ground.
A seminal American independent classic comes to Blu-ray.
It’s been worth the wait for Terrence Malick's debut feature to be released on Blu-ray.
A lesser Keaton effort, but a strong release nonetheless.
Good, bad, and sometimes just plain ugly: this set has it all.