"Carol," a rich, exquisite and deeply rewarding homage to '50s cinema, is Todd Haynes's best film to date -- and one of the best of 2015. Stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara give Oscar-worthy performances.
In writer/director Deniz Gamze Ergüven's debut feature, five orphan sisters learn that life is not done being unfair to them.
After watching Leah Wolchok's fascinating look behind the scenes of The New Yorker's celebrated cartoon department you'll have a great deal of newfound respect for the men (and a few women) whose lives are all about getting their "funnies" published.
His jokes may sometimes be as old as he is-like when he has Wilson juggling his ladies' calls across multiple phones-but the upside there is that director Peter Bogdanovich tells them with a master's rhythm.
The circle is now complete and with the release of "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" - Extended Edition on Blu-ray you can blow an entire weekend binge watching the greatest film adventure to emerge from Middle-Earth.
Shout Factory's retro horror releases keep getting better and better. Under the Scream Factory imprint, this Blu-ray is no exception with three feature films and some nifty supplemental features.
Simply turning a camera on the virtuoso pianist and master teacher Seymour Bernstein offers a wealth of aphorisms and insights into music, humanity and creativity, as well as a compelling glance at a particularly intriguing New Yorker.
The truth is that trans people exist (have always existed), and not only that, but thrive even in difficult circumstances.
The continuing resurgence of the "Evil Dead" film trilogy carries on with Scream Factory's latest Blu-ray release.
A horror film about a mid-40s high school teacher and his fixation on a student which leads him into terrible trouble.