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An interracial couple face challenges after a woman is drugged and raped at a club in this searing drama, presented on Blu-ray by Kino and directed by Shatara Michelle Ford. Test Pattern is one of the most uncomfortable and honest film experiences in a long time, not just because what it’s about, but precisely “how” […]
Kino Lorber has released Alan Alda’s 1986 comedy, Sweet Liberty, on Blu-ray.
What we have here is something quite different and exciting, indeed.
Emerald Fennell’s pitch black directorial debut, Promising Young Woman, solely places the viewers who see it into the following groups: those who hate women and those who don’t, those who believe that sexual assault is a real problem around the world, and those who prefer to blame the victim and make excuses for the behavior […]
Frank Simon’s 1968 landmark documentary, The Queen, has finally been restored and released on Blu-ray, courtesy of Kino Classics. This insightful look into one of the first drag contests focuses on the efforts of a seasoned queen, named Flawless Sabrina, to rally up the contestants and prepare them to be seen in front of a […]
Flicker Alley and Nicolas Winding Refn have joined forces to bring the underseen gem, Spring Night, Summer Night, to glorious life on Blu-ray. Directed by J.L. Anderson, Spring Night, Summer Night could be summed up in this way: If Cassavetes directed an existential cinema verite hillbilly melodrama written by VC Andrews, it’d look and sound […]
Anthony Leroy and Josh Murphy are at it again with the sequel to their infamous 2016 short film, Dusty. J.C. and Coffey – identical twin brothers of the departed C.J. and T from the first film – set off on a mission with Dusty’s identical twin, Rusty, to bring the demonic axe murderer, The Patriarch, […]
Anthony Leroy and Josh Murphy (or A.J. as they are both credited at the start of the film) directed the short film, Dusty, in 2016. It has become something of a cult item in the realm of indie and no-budget filmmaking – and for good reason. When the film opens, best buddies CJ and T […]
The good folks over at Flicker Alley have released the second volume of their 3-D Rarities series on Blu-ray. Shorts include A Day in the Country, The Black Swan, Mid-Century Memories in Kodachrome Stereo, Games in Depth, a rare prologue for Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror, and a trailer for The 3-D Movie. The feature length film, […]
Yorgos Lanthimos’ first solo directorial debut, Kinetta, has finally arrived on Blu-ray, courtesy of Kino Lorber. While we can definitely see shades of the genius to come in his subsequent films here, Lanthimos completely alienated me with Kinetta. Basically, three strangers at a seaside resort who share mutual quirks and disturbing obsessions form a kind […]