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A Most Violent Year
The third film by director J.C. Chandor stars Oscar Isaac as an ambitious businessman in 1981 NYC...
101 Dalmatians (Diamond Edition)
A great, unusual and (for its time) modern-set Disney classic finally comes to Blu-ray. ...
Sofia's Last Ambulance (Poslednata lineika na Sofia)
An intense, up-close documentary from Second Run about a trio of Bulgarian medical workers
The Sleeping Beauty villainess finally gets her side of the classic tale told, with Angelina Jolie i...
Sleeping Beauty (Diamond Edition)
The Disney classic (and inspiration for Maleficent) gets a new Diamond Edition...
Million Dollar Arm
A sports agent tries to find a baseball player in cricket-crazy India or, for the lazy, Jerry Maguir...
A Jester's Tale (Blaznova kronika)
Second Run DVD welcomes a delightful mixture of live-action and animation from Czech director Karel Zeman
Too Late Blues
Jazz on a summer's day as John Cassavetes' studio picture comes to MoC Dual Format...
The Spike Lee Joint Collection Vol. 1 (25th Hour and He Got Game)
A brilliant, region-free release of two of Spike Lee's finest - bolstered by new commentaries...
Harold and Maude (Masters of Cinema)
Heartwarming tale of romance between a 20-year-old who fakes suicides and a 79-year-old car thief...
Liam Neeson texts with a terrorist in this action thriller set on a plane...
The latest from Zeitgeist Films is a Romanian drama which won the Golden Bear in Berlin
Man of Marble
A masterpiece of Polish cinema from Andrzej Wajda that still feels remarkably vital...
Only the Young & Tchoupitoulas
A youth-centric pair of docs from O-scope are dusted off and reviewed...
Ace in the Hole (Masters of Cinema)
The bitterest, most stinging film in the career of classic Hollywood's leading cynic...
A bank heist, a peeping tom, an Amish Ernest Borgnine, and Lee Marvin with an inhaler...
As much a love letter to cinema as it is a tribute to the Indian archivist P.K. Nair
Let the Fire Burn
A gripping documentary on how the city of Philadelphia dealt with the MOVE organization
Come Back, Africa (The Films of Lionel Rogosin, Volume 2)
Lionel Rogosin takes on apartheid in South Africa in the main film of a major set from Milestone...
Transport from Paradise (Transport z rŠje)
A Czech New Wave classic with an unusual take on Nazi camps hits via Second Run DVD
Frozen (Collector's Edition)
The Oscar-winning smash hits Blu-ray stateside a couple of weeks prior to its UK bow...
An early Fellini masterpiece gets a loving treatment from the Masters of Cinema series and a write-u...
Martin Scorsese Presents: World Cinema Project Volume One
A collection of three films rescued and restored by Scorsese's World Cinema Project, released by Mas...
This warmly intellectual biopic stars Barbara Sukowa as the theorist whose coverage of the Adolf Eic...
Glamorous porn star or victim of persistent sexual abuse? Amanda Seyfried plays the Deep Throat-er in this biopic
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