The Scarlet Letter [Special Edition]

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Jan 16, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

Produced on a budget of $46 million, The Scarlet Letter was released on October 13, 1995 to blisteringly critical reviews and a crushingly dismal box office. More

Jan 15, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

In 2018 The Beta Band reissued some of their catalogue, ready for them to be devoured and delighted in by a new generation. It seems apt, then, that About the Light, the newest record from the band's Steve Mason comes across as his most fully formed, joyful, and downright funky as a solo artist.  More

Halloween (2018)

Studio: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment

Jan 15, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

This is the sequel the original 1978 horror masterpiece has long deserved. More

Tallies

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Kanine

Jan 14, 2019 Music Web Exclusive

Canada has given us some fine dream pop records these past couple of years. Alvvays' peerless debut and impeccable follow-up Antisocialites, Basement Revolver's gorgeous debut Heavy Eyes, and the Dumb Angel LP Broken Glass being four that immediately spring to mind. More

Panique

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Jan 14, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

Few films paint a portrait of mob mentality more terrifying than PaniqueMore

True Detective: Season 3

HBO, Sundays at 10 p.m.

Jan 11, 2019 TV Web Exclusive

Anthology series have become the most interesting programs to watch on television these days, attracting major talent on both sides of the camera. Heading into its third season, True Detective is now headlined by Oscar-winning actor Mahershala Ali as the lead detective on a new case. More

A Story from Chikamatsu

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Jan 11, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

A Story from Chikamatsu remains one of the most understated masterworks of 1950s world cinema. More

Jan 10, 2019 TV Web Exclusive

"You still thinking about what's on the other side of that door?" More

Silent Rage

Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment

Jan 10, 2019 DVDs Web Exclusive

What if a slasher villain’s prey weren’t lusty teens, but Chuck Norris? That’s the question that Silent Rage seems to have set out to answer. More