When a young woman's life gets taken over by the books she reads, the lines between reality and fiction become severely blurred in Shout Factory's latest retro release.
This sequel, making its Blu-ray debut, is mostly played for outrageous laughs.
This juicy plot could go in any direction: Farce, drama, romance, tragedy. Jacques seems to see no reason why he ought to choose, packing all those elements into a film that's compelling at every turn.
Remarkable for its visual punch, as well as the performances Mundruczó gets from his human and canine performers, "White God" is sharp, funny, and -- rare in today's glutted media market -- unforgettable.
Those wacky bad movie fans Joel, Mike, and their fellow robot friends arrive with another four-episode collection courtesy of the fabulous Shout Factory folks.
Several years before both Madonna and Adam Lambert sang about ghost towns, there was a little horror movie of the same name.
They extras included do what these discs do best: they reveal the artist shrouded behind the film.
"Pixels" follows the Happy Madison Productions' roadmap perfectly, but the universal feelings within the formula have faded and the recipe has lost any real sense of passion behind its plot points.
Through their hard work and their protests, early equality activists helped shape events that would bring about the riots at the Stonewall Inn, and the beginning of the nationwide LGBT rights movement as we know it today.
Filmmaking duo Oliver Nakache and Eric Toledano reunite with their Cesar-Winning actor Omar Sy for a new drama/rom-com about un-documented immigration -- a very thorny topic, especially in France.