This featherweight, all-star WWII fundraiser looks great in its new Blu-ray edition.
You pick your feet in Poughkeepsie, and we pick The French Connection for Double Take #18.
This film feels like a template for subsequent multi-character airplane-disaster and crash projects, all the way down to Lost.
3D is consistently linked with what's "modern" and "futuristic", but as this excellent Flicker Alley release shows, it's been around for awhile.
Flicker Alley's Blu-ray release of five of his films reveals just how crucial the Ukranian-born, avant-garde filmmaker Dziga Vertov has become.
Director Aleksei German declares that his film's hero parallels Putin's trap as a leader in that he'll have to kill somebody.
Blood and sweat, revolution and revenge, close-up shots and sun-baked sets, and anti-heroes and voluptuous vixens -- is that enough?
This movie has scenes that can never be unseen.
These DVD/Blu-ray combo packs from Arrow Films offer the best presentations of films never on disc before.
Tip Top tells the tale of two Internal Affairs agents, and Cagney and Lacey they ain't.