- Screen Reviews
- June 14, 2021
Jill Gevargizian’s lush horror film The Stylist shines in a great new Blu-ray release.
A pair of Japanese takes on The Invisible Man make their first appearance in the U.S.
Opening on VOD through independent theaters on March 5th, Keep An Eye Out is director Quentin Dupieux’s (Rubber, Deerskin) deviously surreal and comedic take on the police procedural.
A low budget Japanese art film about punks, drag racing and teenage rebellion.
A day in the life a French woman as she invents electronica and rescues France from boring rock and roll.
A young man joins a Christian Rock band and gets the girl, and maybe a small slice of fame.
The story of the Florida-birthed brigade, Siren is compelling. Documenting the recent resurrection of this veteran metal band, the just-released film, “I’m Too Old For This Sh*t,” delivers an even bigger payoff message.
Robert Forster and Fred Williamson take matters into their own hands in William Lustig’s grindhouse classic Vigilante in this new 4K UHD release.
The Sparks Brothers is director Edgar Wright’s (Baby Driver, Shaun of the Dead) long awaited documentary on Ron and Russell Mael’s legendary musical outlet, Sparks, which has released over 25 albums during their career. Generoso reviews the film fresh from its world premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
New Haven CT. Makes a pretty sound argument it’s pizza is better than New York or Chicago. And Detroit? Please. Have some respect.
Generoso reviews Preparations to be Together for an Unknown Period of Time, the mesmerizing second feature by Hungarian writer/director Lili Horvát.
Young Farjid has an exam, but dad wants her to deliver a package and pick up some cash. You can guess the rest.
Meet the people who do more than rescue dogs. They rescue older dogs who are the hardest to place.
In spite of, or perhaps because of, the films’ budget and time restraints the filmography of William Grefé is not without considerable charm and which is masterfully captured in this four disc Blu-ray set from Arrow Video.
He’s the best-selling artist on the Billboard Blues charts, and most people don’t know his name. Who is Joe Bonamassa? Guitar Man tells you that story.
A biopic of Jeffery Dahmer, Milwaukee’s most famous mass murderer. Not for the faint of heart.
Welcome to a retro future world where everyone wears an electronic dog collar until their first sexual experience. Making out counts.
Maybe getting a roadie from a creepy van isn’t the best idea, but then again having a cannibal driving your tour bus can smooth out a lot of little issues.
This biopic follows Herb Alpert’s rise to the top of the music world, and his life time of continued success.
The early ’70s cult classic Silent Running gets major upgrade from Arrow Video.
With just a few short days before Christmas in Glasgow, morning drive time disc jockey, Alan “Dickie” Bird finds himself caught in the middle of an absurd ice cream war in Bill Forsyth’s masterful 1984 comedy, Comfort and Joy. Generoso reviews this underrated gem which he holds dear as his all-time favorite holiday film.