Digital Week

Blu-rays of the Week Bells Are Ringing / Wait Until Dark (Warner Archive) Vincente Minnelli’s colorful 1960 musical Bells Are Ringing isn’t among his best confections, but there’s enough of ...

Blu-rays of the Week Ballers—Complete 2nd Season (HBO) This comedy series about a former NFL player turned financial manager hit its stride in its second season, helped not only by ...

Blu-rays of the Week Bad Day at Black Rock (Warner Archive) In John Sturges’ tense 1955 thriller clocking in at a perfectly paced 81 minutes, Spencer Tracy plays a wounded ...

Blu-rays of the Week Dog Eat Dog (RLJ) Paul Schrader has always been a humorless filmmaker, and his new flick’s attempts to be funny are so witless and ham-fisted that ...

Blu-rays of the Week The Accountant (Warner Bros) In this clever but contrived thriller, Ben Affleck plays an autistic CPA cooking the books for the mob who conveniently has martial ...

Blu-rays of the Week Downton Abbey—The Complete Series (PBS) The most watched PBS Masterpiece offering in history is this six-season series created by Julian Fellowes, who meticulously recreated the insular ...

Blu-rays of the Week Creepshow 2 / The Driller Killer (Arrow) The first Creepshow (1982) was fun, but its 1987 follow-up Creepshow 2 is far less memorably more of the ...

Blu-rays of the Week Fellini’s Roma (Criterion) Federico Fellini’s impressionistic 1972 kaleidoscope of the world’s greatest city—or at least the center of the world, as any Romans will willingly say—came ...

Blu-rays of the Week The BFG (Disney/Dreamworks) Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s delightful children’s book might be too determined to conjure up the magical and the sentimental simultaneously, but ...

Blu-rays of the Week C.H.U.D. (Arrow) Beware of the CHUDs (Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers), hiding in Manhattan’s sewers and fatally mauling their victims in this dopey but guilty-pleasure 1984 horror ...

Blu-rays of the Week Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams (Criterion) One of Japanese master Akira Kurosawa’s most vividly visual filmscapes, this episodic 1990 fantasy doesn’t connect in any way but its stories ...

Blu-rays of the Week Citizen Kane—75th Anniversary (Warner Bros) Rightly celebrated as The Great American Movie, Orson Welles’ towering debut remains a remarkable cinematic achievement, with an innovative narrative structure ...

Blu-rays of the Week The Durrells in Corfu—Complete 1st Season (PBS) In this breezily entertaining Masterpiece series, a widow, Louisa, and her four unruly children decide to leave stuffy old ...

Blu-rays of the Week) )Body Snatchers (Warner Archive) Abel Ferrara’s 1993 “reboot” of Invasion of the Body Snatchers adds a further level of paranoia by involving the U.S. military—but this ...

Blu-rays of the Week Alice Through the Looking Glass (Disney) This belated sequel to the 2010 Tim Burton-directed smash can’t hold a candle to the original, mainly because director James ...