All posts tagged "U.S. Indie Film Blu Ray Review"

  • August: Osage County | Blu-ray Review

    Since the hubbub of Oscar season has finally died away and we can look past the strategy of campaigns, August: Osage County arrives on Blu-ray...

  • Mysterious Skin | Blu-ray Review

    It’s been a decade since Gregg Araki’s arresting coming-of-age examination of the ramifications of child molestation debuted at the Venice Film Festival in 2004 and...

  • Criterion Collection: George Washington | Blu-ray Review

    As director David Gordon Green returns to the mind frame of independent cinema with a duo of films like Prince Avalanche and (especially) the soon...

  • Criterion Collection: Fantastic Mr. Fox | Blu-ray Review

    No one was surprised when it was announced in the wake of The Darjeeling Limited that Wes Anderson’s next endeavor would be wholly animated in...

  • Museum Hours | Blu-ray Review

    Museums are odd places. People gawk, taking in the history and culture on offer, ruminating in silence. People talk, or, more often than not, they...

  • Criterion Collection: Nashville | Blu-ray Review

    Robert Altman’s Nashville resurfaces for the home video market in a nicely packaged DVD/Blu-ray combo set from Criterion. A Best Picture nominee from 1975, this...

  • Night Tide | Blu-ray Review

    Kino Lorber makes an exciting restoration this month with the 1961 directorial debut of genre favorite Curtis Harrington, Night Tide, which starred a nubile and...

  • What Maisie Knew | Blu-ray Review

    In this contemporary rendering from the executive producers of The Kids Are All Right, the brilliantly written characters of Henry James are relocated to Manhattan...

  • Stoker | Blu-ray Review

    Receiving a rather chilly, subdued reaction after its premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, Park Chan-wook’s English language debut, Stoker arrives on Blu-ray for...

  • In the Family | Blu-ray Review

    Not long after an initially unheralded premiere in 2011, the Independent Spirit Award nominated debut from Patrick Wang, In the Family, suddenly started getting much...

  • Criterion Collection: Badlands | Blu-ray Review

    1973’s Badlands marked the first feature film from writer/director Terrence Malick and it squarely put him on the path to his current cinematic sainthood. Over...

  • I Am Not A Hipster | Blu-ray Review

    Following up his award winning short, Short Term 12, writer/director Destin Daniel Cretton returned to Sundance the following year with another personal reflection, this time...