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Wednesday, January 20th, 2021  

The Train

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Jan 14, 2021 DVDs Web Exclusive

The Train is several types of movies in one ... and it’s the absolute pinnacle of all of them. More

The Curse of Frankenstein

Studio: Warner Archive

Jan 12, 2021 DVDs Web Exclusive

A horror classic that kicked off a cottage industry returns in a gorgeous, newly restored edition. More

Film Noir: The Dark Side of Cinema IV

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Jan 07, 2021 DVDs Web Exclusive

Kino Lorber's fourth Dark Side of Cinema noir box set inlcudes John Farrow’s Calcutta, Michael Gordon’s An Act of Murder, and Joseph Pevney’s Six Bridges to Cross. More

The Barbarians

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics / Scorpion Releasing

Jan 05, 2021 DVDs Web Exclusive

Cannon teamed up with the director of Cannibal Holocaust for this Italian sword-and-sorcery flick, starring twin bodybuilders The Barbarian Brothers. More

Town Bloody Hall

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Dec 29, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

Town Bloody Hall is fascinating, not because it was ahead of its time, really, but because it is so precisely of its time. More

Dec 24, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

Robert Altman's live action, musical comic strip receives a 40th Anniversary Edition.  More

Crash

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Dec 22, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

Sex and car crashes is such a reductive and meaningless way to characterize David Cronenberg’s Crash, but it’s understandable why such a description would ultimately be how such a movie is sold to the public. More

Girlfriends

Studio: The Criterion Collection

Dec 17, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

One of the pleasures of digging into older films is discovering movies that you’re not familiar with that are clear influences on films you love. More

D.C. Cab

Studio: Kino Lorber Studio Classics

Dec 15, 2020 DVDs Web Exclusive

It’s hard to believe that in a movie that’s marketing artwork features Mr. T towering over the Capitol building, Mr. T would somehow only have marginally more screen time than Bill Maher. More