Chucky the killer doll is back, this time in glorious high-definition.
One of the year's standout comedies comes home, delivering the laughs and a fair share of bonus content.
Another cult classic "nature gone berserk" film comes out of the archived vaults ripe in time for Halloween horror movie season.
In this retelling of the Tarzan legend, the Lord of the Jungle must return to his uncivilized roots to save the woman he loves from exploitative colonists and slave traders.
This fictionalized version of the woman behind an actual on-air suicide boasts a career-best performance and top-flight script.
His autism makes him an obsessively detailed numbers man, but it's his schizophrenia that makes him a ruthless gung-ho gun-toting killer.
Deserving of the biggest screen possible for an all-encompassing viewing experience, "Miss Hokusai" is an offbeat visual delight.
Oscar-winner Kevin Macdonald chronicles the creation of a real life, illuminated stairway to heaven in the stylish 75-minute documentary.
With his newest film, Christopher Guest's sardonic humor is aimed squarely at the rather bizarre culture of furry sports mascots.
From domestic exasperations to adventures with sex toys and feverish encounters at Starbucks, Hart knows the value of building to a comic crescendo, and he sequences his laughs accordingly.