Criterion brings Hal Ashby's wonderfully funny and complex Being There to Blu-ray.
Shout! Factory releases their Collectors Editions of the Robocop sequels today. Robocop 2 holds up remarkably well, while the other disc examines what went wrong with 3.
Toronto's newest cult cinema interactive experience is 2/2 with The Secret Sessions' second show, needless to say, this could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Sorry Pacific Rim, Godzilla, and Jurassic World, Kong truly is King of the modern monster movie.
Doctor Strange hits Blu-ray today, which means we watched (and listened) to all the extra goodies to help you decide if this one is Shelf-worthy.
For decades Louis Theroux has mounted a one-man study of all the strangest subcultures in America for the BBC, in My Scientology Movie he goes after his most difficult group to date with results ranging from creepy to hilarious.
We speak with Jim Jarmusch about his new film Paterson, the influence of poetry on his work, and the possibility of a Ghost Dog TV series.
The defeated directors' commentary track on the new Blair Witch Blu-ray tells a very different story than the hopeful, feature length making-of doc on that same disc.
Scream Factory have been kind enough to release both Poltergeist II and III on Blu-ray. Read our full review of the films and the discs!
Spielberg, Disney and Roald Dahl look like a holy trinity on paper, but how did it translate to the screen in The BFG? We take a look at the film and Blu-ray that hits shelves today.
Return to the world of Harry Potter in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a prequel that makes crass commercialism look good.
The secret is out, there's a new interactive cult cinema experience in Toronto, and it's kind of a big deal.
The Handmaiden is perversely erotic, viciously violent, narratively twisted, deceptively comedic, and beautifully icky.
We spoke with the South Korean auteur behind Oldboy about his twisted new film The Handmaiden and how he moulded the source material into something uniquely his own.
Shout! Factory's Collector's Edition Blu-ray of the only Exorcist sequel that matters includes the long lost (superior?) director's cut known as Legion.
Denial tells the true story of David Irving (Timothy Spall), a British "historian" who dedicated his “career” to proving the Holocaust didn't happen.
Criterion takes a trip to the dark side with Russ Meyer's pervy classic Beyond the Valley of the Dolls.
Shout Factory gives these most triumphant time travelers a Blu-ray box set they’ve always deserved.