Writer/producer/director Stanley Nelson shows how little we've learned about racial equality in this comprehensive documentary.
Robert Redford and Nick Nolte are a pair of grumpy old hikers in this stale buddy comedy.
Allen's biggest influences always shouted over the works he created -- and when he was working with a talent like Gordon Willis, his collaborators could make their voices heard just as clearly.
"Good Kill" is an arresting and resonant, if emotionally draining watch that deserves to find a larger audience on the home entertainment platform.
A closeted gay man finds out his truth when he picks up a lonely hustler in an unnamed city.
A brainless attempt at torture porn, this import from Spain jettisons potentially interesting backstory for endless torture that isn't even that horrifying.
This Blu-ray won't disappoint fans of the horror/thriller genre.
Director John McNaughton helms his first feature film in eons and his skill at creating slow-burning tension can be seen in this not-to-be-missed thriller.
Don't let the extremely low users rating on imdb.com deter you from purchasing Shout Factory's latest irreverent Blu-ray.
Imagine if a documentary filmmaker followed Woodward and Bernstein when they went to visit Deep Throat. At moments in "Citizenfour," you may feel like a similar experience is taking place.