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.
The Graduate is on Criterion for the first time since the days of laserdisc. The new Blu-ray ports over some old extras while adding some stellar new ones, you're going to want to make room on your shelf for this one.
We break down the new Blu-ray for Steve Jobs to let you know if it's shelf-worthy.
The Valentine's Day rom com list for people who hate Valentine's Day and rom coms.
Joe Dante, the man behind some of our favourite films (Gremlins, Innerspace, The Burbs...) is back at it again with Burying The Ex, now on Blu-ray.
Guillermo del Toro's gothic romance Crimson Peak didn't get the love it deserved in theatres, fortunately it still got the full treatment for its new Blu-ray release.
Snow White is let out of the vault by Disney once again for this new Blu of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs that offers some new special features, but are they as good as the ones we've lost from the previous version?
In honour of this week's release of Hail, Caesar, Dork Shelf's critics will be writing about some of their past favourite Coen Bro movies, starting with the 1996 classic Fargo.
In 1990 William Friedkin made a little horror film called The Guardian... not many saw it but Scream Factory is giving it a second life with its new Blu-ray, complete with interviews about what exactly went wrong...
Continuing their recent trend of releasing indie Canadian horror flicks on Blu-ray, Shout Factory brings us a nice HD transfer of Hellions, but no tricks to go with this treat.