"Viva" was Ireland's official submission for a Nomination for a Best Foreign Picture Academy Award, a remarkable and well-deserved achievement for this powerful LGBT drama.
Any film that contends with the subject of a marital affair will also have to contend with the reputation of "Brief Encounter."
Based on the true story of a fur trapper abandoned in the 1820s, "The Revenant" won three Oscars. Does all that gold make it worth owning the Blu?
The glossy sheen of brand new condos and move-in parties of young urban professionals give way to a barely contained spiral into dystopia in an adaptation of JG Ballard's novel of the same name.
This film captures Hesse's important work for current audiences who might have missed her brief yet fecund period of thought-provoking productivity.
40-year-old Maxime has immigrated to Northern Ontario, Canada, from Paris, to try a new life. He's gay actor and French teacher to a 15-year-old lad, which cannot end well.
Universal's horror holiday Blu-ray release includes a plethora of special features and there are so many of them that they take up more running time than the actual film.
Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, playwright and director Jane Anderson tells the story of her great aunt, a gifted but forgotten artist.
The 2015 Academy Award-winner for Best Foreign Language Film, "Son of Saul," recreates, in Hungarian with English subtitles, the inconceivable horror of Jews helping to kill Jews in Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Scream Factory's Blu-ray should be purchased, if only to view the early work of a quite young Dirk Benedict.