One story, three films, all unique in their own right on one Blu-ray disc? Sign up for The Killers, an excellent new Blu-ray release from the Criterion Collection.
For being an action flick, Run All Night's quiet moments, surprisingly, have the most impact thanks to a handful of great performances including action staple Liam Neeson.
With Kingsman: Secret Service, Matthew Vaughn gives a modern update to the classic spy films of 70s but don't dismiss it as style over substance.
The film that started the A.I. trend this year, while greatly flawed offers a lot to reconsider. Hopefully director Neill Blomkamp improves from here.
Charlie Chaplin's Limelight is a film that aids in answering the question, "What makes a great filmmaker?" and Criterion's new Blu-ray presentation is absolutely wonderful.
If you loved Eastwood's latest in theaters, you'll love this release even more and you may be surprised if you opposed it at first.
Headlined by David Oyelowo, Selma's release to disc becomes much more than about being snubbed by the Oscars thanks to some great special features.
Joaquin Phoenix returns for one of Paul Thomas Anderson's most intriguing films yet. It's just a shame the Blu-ray special features can't match that intrigue.
I found the structure and storytelling of Preston Sturges's Sullivan's Travels far more intriguing than the film itself.
Ingmar Bergman's Cries & Whispers is a challenging and complex feature and a Blu-ray Bergman fans will want in their collection.