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Digital Week - May 16th

Blu-rays of the Week The Accidental Tourist (Warner Archive) One of Anne Tyler’s most satisfying novels—about an emotionally distant travel

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Digital Week - May 9th

Blu-rays of the Week Brain Damage (Arrow) Frank Henenlotter’s grubby 1988 gorefest introduces a brain-eating parasite named Edgar who finds a

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Digital Week - May 2nd

Blu-rays of the Week I Am Not Your Negro (Magnolia) Remember This House, a book James Baldwin never finished, survives in manuscript form and is

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Digital Week - April 25th

Blu-rays of the Week Caltiki—The Immortal Monster / Django Prepare a Coffin (Arrow) Even by paltry B-movie standards, Caltiki—a 1969 monster

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Digital Week - April 18th

Blu-rays of the Week L’Assassino (Arrow Academy) Elio Petri’s 1960 debut has its muddy moments, but its cracklingly alive story of a

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Digital Week - April 11th

The Bye Bye Man (Universal) This hopelessly confused attempt at a psychological haunted-house flick has flat acting—including stalwarts Faye

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Digital Week - April 4th

Blu-rays of the Week Ascent to Hell (Gravitas Ventures) This grisly ghost story takes place in a vacant NYC building that houses the disturbed

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Digital Week - March 28th

Blu-rays of the Week Blow-Up (Criterion) In 1966, Michelangelo Antonioni went to swinging London to make his first English-language film, a rare

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Digital Week - March 21st

Blu-rays of the Week Collateral Beauty (Warner Bros) Will Smith’s least memorable movies are always far too heavy on the sanctimony: like the

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Digital Week - March 14th

Blu-rays of the Week All We Had (Gravitas) Katie Holmes’s directorial debut is an earnest, feel-good study of a single mom and her teenage

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