A good director can transform an actor's career; a great director can destroy it. In "Pretty Poison" some of Anthony Perkins most compelling acting is overshadowed by Norman Bates.
"The Eyes of My Mother" is a gruesome fable about a young murderess.
Twilight Time's limited release disc bring Paul Mazursky's beloved Cold War romcom to Blu-ray, a film that shows how even critics of this country can be fiercely patriotic toward it.
The joys and sorrows of forbidden love between two lovely young women in 1971 France.
You already know "Shogun Assassin." Criterion's new Blu-ray box-set of the saga-one of their strongest and most comprehensive releases to-date-reveals the rest of the story.
A middle-aged professor of philosophy has her life upended in a fantastically intelligent drama.
Look for Portman to appear on Oscar ballots. But look for her first at the Cineplex: This movie is unquestionably Oscar bait, but it's worthy of a place on your must-see list.
"Mifune: The Last Samurai" is a painstakingly crafted documentary about Toshiro Mifune's cinematic prowess.
That horror movie sub-genre known as "Sewer Dwellers" gets its main inspiration from a Blu-ray title finally seeing the light of day.
Although it boasts a great cast and interesting premise, "War Dogs" is without question the most bland film of Todd Phillips' career.