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Very little is said about this Swedish thriller on the DVD cover, but the ominous, creepy picture more than likely says a lot for what's in store here. Then again, given the ambiguity, I could be totally wrong.
The holiday season is right around the corner, and what better way to kick them off then an animated classic...and on Blu-ray no less.
Another of the great Ingmar Bergman's classics makes its way to Blu-ray, and it primarily needs to be seen for Max von Sydow's wonderful performance. The Criterion Collection offers it in the best way possible, with amazing extras to boot.
Thanks to Warner Home Video, I'm pumped to revisit Season 4 of my favorite sit com of the 80's. There's still nothing in the way of extra features here, but having each and every episode is good enough.
I'd never heard of this flick until about a year ago, but since that first mention of it, the talk has been non-stop. Now, The Criterion Collection makes seeing this obscurity a reality, thanks to this potentially amazing Blu-ray disc.
A Criterion box set of silent goodness.
You simply can never go wrong with anything Looney Tunes-related, so this is sure to be another excellent DVD collection of cartoon classics.
In its last year, The Patty Duke Show remains charming and well-written, a cut above the standard sixties-style family sitcom.
One of the great films from French director Maurice Pialat makes its DVD debut courtesy of The Criterion Collection, and it sure looks like a disc that's more than worth owning.
The story of Spartacus has been told many times for many reasons. This newest version, Spartacus: Blood and Sand which first aired on STARZ, is a potent mix of violence, sex and intrigue. A high-powered cast, innovative technology and solid writing has wired together one of the most entertaining historical action series ever.
This multiple festival award-winner has brilliant little indie flick written all over it. Those who have seen it, love it, so I can't wait to give it a look.
This classic film from legendary filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni gets the royal Criterion Collection treatment it deserves, and is wonderfully restored on this Blu-ray disc.
Two early works from one of the masters, Yasujiro Ozu.
Wear your presence on Richard Nixon's enemies list as a badge of honor.
Andy Garcia is mostly known for his dramatic roles, but here, he's trying his hand at light-hearted comedy. A strong supporting cast also bodes well for this being an above average indie film.
Two swell cuts of one of Buster Keaton's greatest.
Los Angeles noiry goodness at the train station downtown.
On paper, this film has a lot going for it, including a strong ensemble cast. Unfortuntely, the reviews weren't stellar during its theatrical release, but critics have been wrong before.
Fans of Buster Keaton can rejoice, for Kino has brought to DVD all 16 of the rarely-seen short films Buster Keaton made for Educational Pictures in the mid-1930s. Despite the studio's name, there's nothing educational here, except lessons in comedy timing from the Great Stone Face himself.
A family movie starring Jackie Chan is sure to be as harmless as it gets, but hopefully it's just as enjoyable for the adults in the family as it is for the youngsters.
Conflicts of many kinds are present in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's Black Narcissus, set against the beauty and danger of the Himalayas. These include the shock of Anglo-Catholic nuns set in the midst of the mountains among natives who speak no English, the struggle between flesh and the spirit, between medicine and superstition, between vows and longing for a different life, and between the monied classes and the impoverished. The new Blu-ray Disc from The Criterion Collection brings a splendid film-like appearance to the ravishing visuals.
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