From the director of Beyond Clueless comes another essay film about pop culture, this time settling on horror films as a subject as it weaves together clips from the entire history of the genre.
Nuts! is about a man who nearly a century ago implanted goat testicles into the sacks of thousands of lost souls to cure their impotence and how this is a thing that really happened.
Filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow sit down with legendary director Brian De Palma for a career spanning chat, De Palma will be loved by those who already love him, but that's about it.
Death Becomes Her was a 90s oddity remembered mainly for its special effects and hammy performances, if at all. Leave it to Shout! Factory to remind us of this forgotten unofficial tale from the crypt with the release of a brand spanking new Blu-ray.
Shout Factory loads up their new Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 Blu-ray with all the fixings to make this a delicious feast for any horror fan.
Richard Linklater talks his spiritual sequel to Dazed and Confused and how the college comedy Everybody Wants Some!! fits into his larger anthropological study of his lifetime.
While it doesn't quite reach Dr. Strangelove levels of absurdity, Eye in the Sky takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to modern drone warfare.
At this point it’s safe to expect the strange from Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth) and yet The Lobster still comes off as a completely, uniquely, twisted experience.
Available for the first time in a widescreen director's cut, Shout Factory reveals how Michael Cimino's 1987 mafia flick The Sicilian was almost great.
Make room on your Dork Shelf next to Commando and Cobra for Invasion U.S.A, another so-ridiculous-its-great 80s action movie co-authored by cocaine.
Chicago meets Iraq in this Greek play set in modern day, Chi-raq is one of Spike Lee's most powerful and funniest films in a long time.
Last year's surprise award contender The Big Short comes to Blu-ray this week with some nice extras giving insight into this odd film that found comedy in tragedy.
If you already love John Frankeheimer's The Manchurian Candidate (1962) and own it on Blu-ray or DVD, Criterion just gave you a bunch of good reasons to double dip.
The Oscar winning Room came out on Blu-ray this week, so we delved into the film and the disc.
Robert Carlyle's directorial debut The Legend of Barney Thomson is a twisted little crime comedy that shows the influence of great directors Carlyle has worked with in the past.
Fernando León de Aranoa speaks to us about how A Perfect Day was influenced by his personal experiences working with international aid workers in Bosnia, his close collaboration with Benicio Del Toro, and his love mixing tones to capture all the beautiful grays of life.
Michael Moore's latest doc Where To Invade Next is a light, comedic hodgepodge of ideas that probably would have worked better as a TV series.
Why Shout Factory's new The Serpent and the Rainbow Blu-ray is a must own for any self-respecting horror fan.