Uneasy but somewhat incredible viewing, D.W. Griffith's epic 'The Birth of a Nation' is a milestone in cinema but one which many wish to gloss over.
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A quintessential western, clashes of good and evil don't get much more epic and humane than with Shane.
A camp classic with a surprisingly heartfelt undertone, there genuinely aren't many films like Robinson Crusoe on Mars.
A genuinely stimulating cinematic rediscovery, Kiju Yoshida's Love + Anarchism is off the wall Japanese filmmaking at its most exploratory. This box set is a must.
Often overlooked, this is vintage Graham Greene and represents one of the esteemed author's finest screen treatments.
A swashbuckling 1980s classic that makes up its pint-sized stature with a big heart, The Goonies is always ripe for rediscovery.
You've never seen Rock Hudson like this. You've never seen a film like this. Seconds is worth any film fan's time.
A grinding, hour-long Orson Welles feature, The Immortal Story, will greatly interest the Citizen Kane auteur's die-hard fans.
The Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon of the 1960s, King Hu's Dragon Inn continues to breathe fire over its imitators generations on. A remarkably fresh martial arts picture.
Surely the greatest comedy that Ealing Studios ever made, The Ladykillers is a brilliant ensemble crime caper with a jet black streak that hasn't faded 60 years on.
Classic Brit horror bolstered by the immortal pairing of Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, The Skull has a genuinely unsettling nightmarish quality often overbaked in the era's genre trappings.
There's a lot of potential here but Terminator Genisys nearly self terminates by way of its shoot-em-up perogative and cringeworthy one-liners.
A milestone of television. Overflowing with rich style and deep substance, Mad Men is everything you expect and much more.
Thieves' Highway is a heady and revelatory trip down memory lane that is well worth another ride. The new Blu-ray from Arrow is the perfect vehicle.
A classic of Czech film, Miloš Forman's The Firemen's Ball is a must for world cinema fans via Arrow's incendiary Blu-ray.
Like the French Connection but with lots more Frenchmen, Jean Dujardin takes on a heroin-drenched mafia in true crime thriller The Connection with somewhat addictive results.
The Naked Prey is a blisteringly primal thriller, explicit in violence and ideas especially given that it's 50 years old.
A no-nonsense, desperately bleak western, Slow West rides off into the sunset with its head held high.
Thirty years after the original Mad Max trilogy ended, the best in the series arrives out of nowhere and ignites the screen. When most other filmmakers consider retirement, George Miller has crafted an...
A fresh approach that avoids the usual genre trappings, Keanu Reeves revenge flick 'John Wick' is as good as it gets.
A key milestone in the history of Japanese film, and indeed film itself, Kurosawa's Rashomon is a masterpiece of plot and direction.
One of the best films of the 1980s, Alan Parker's Oscar winning race relations drama Mississippi Burning still ignites the screen even today. Be sure to pick up the Blu-ray.
A surreal, jarringly disjointed visual masterwork from Poland's Wojciech Has, 'The Hourglass Sanatorium' is a feast for the senses.
12 episodes in the life of a disillusioned woman on a journey to prostitution, Vivre Sa Vie is a high water mark for Godard and star Anna Karina.
The Decline of Western Civilization captures the spirit of the hard rock movement, not the milestones. It's a music documentary masterwork.
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