Category Archives: movie reviews

Kansas City (Robert Altman, 1996)

“A criminally underrated late-period Altman film gets a burnished Blu-ray upgrade and a full slate of fine extras.” Read my review of Arrow’s new release over at Slant Magazine.

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Je T’Aime Moi Non Plus (Serge Gainsbourg, 1976)

“Gainsbourg’s bittersweet ode to physical love comes to home video with a sterling 4K restoration and some excellent extras.” Read my entire review of Kino Lorber’s excellent new Blu-ray edition over at Slant Magazine.

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Joseph Losey’s The Criminal (1960) and Accident (1967)

“Both films benefit immensely from Losey’s outsider perspective on the class hierarchies and other institutions that structure British society.” Read my reviewof both titles, out on superlative new Blu-ray discs from Kino Lorber, over at Slant Magazine.

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Edge of the Axe (José Ramón Larraz, 1988)

“Unavailable on home video since the VHS era, Edge of the Axe gets a finely honed Blu-ray presentation from Arrow Video.” Ready my review of this oddball Spanish slasher over at Slant Magazine.

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Black Angel (Roy William Neill, 1946)

“Black Angel plumbs a world rife with deviousness, desperation, greed, and betrayal, and it gets a solid A/V transfer and set of extras from Arrow Films.” Read my entire review of this little-known noir title over at Slant Magazine.

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House by the Cemetery (Lucio Fulci, 1981)

“The House by the Cemetery remains prime real estate for horror film aficionados.” Read my entire review of Blue Underground’s luscious new 3-Disc Blu-ray upgrade over at Slant Magazine.

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House by the River (Fritz Lang, 1950)

“Now looking better than ever, House by the River is a fascinating, bewitching, and hitherto largely neglected entry in Fritz Lang’s filmography.” Read my entire review of the extras and technical specs on Kino’s new Blu-ray release over at Slant Magazine.

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