Though the film may not reach the formal heights of those filmmakers who influenced it, it does know its place within history.
Alex Gibney's documentary shows its cards with the subtitle: "Bold. Brilliant. Brutal."
Nothing that'll stake you in the heart, this vampire-laden "Office Space" told Edgar Wright-style is mildly amusing, but pales in comparison to the British master of comedic horror.
Out gay Muslim filmmaker Parvez Sharma has followed his award -winning documentary "A Jihad For Love" with an even more daring look at what it takes to renew his faith when he goes to Mecca for his sacred pilgrimage.
"Elena," a 2011 film by Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev, makes an impressive debut on Blu-ray.
It's long overdue that a horror movie has bite, wit, originality, and gore all wrapped up in one nifty package. This DVD has all of that and more.
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.