Digital Week

Blu-rays of the Week Ash vs. Evil Dead—Complete 1st Season (Starz) The original Evil Dead movies, which sprayed sophomoric humor and gore all over the screen, became cult items, and ...

Blu-rays of the Week Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Warner Archive) Tennessee Williams’ once-daring Pulitzer Prize-winning play about desperate Maggie the Cat and her uninterested husband Brick was made ...

Blu-rays of the Week Female Prisoner Scorpion—The Complete Collection (Arrow) These four cult films following the travails of Scorpion, who after her time in prison vows to get back at ...

Blu-rays of the Week Confirmation (HBO) Although she is front and center as Anita Hill in this alternately rote and involving biopic about the controversial 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearings ...

Blu-rays of the Week Barbershop—The Next Cut (Warner Bros) For much of its running time, this quite belated sequel has very little happening: its shaggy-dog plot strands allow its characters ...

Blu-rays of the Week Belladonna of Sadness (Cinelicious) This 1973 animated classic by renowned anime director Eiichi Yamamoto tells a terrifying tale of revenge that’s also quite erotic: its brilliantly ...

Blu-rays of the Week The Adderall Diaries / The Green Room (A24/Lionsgate) Stephen Elliott’s book The Adderall Diaries makes a bumpy transition to film: novice writer-director Pamela Romanowsky can’t balance ...

Blu-rays of the Week Back in the Day (Virgil) This inept mash-up of Rocky and Goodfellas takes the measure of a boxer from the streets who avenges the deaths of ...

Blu-rays of the Week Anesthesia (IFC) In this well-meaning but hopelessly belabored look at the life of a good man who’s been seriously wounded in an attack in front of ...

Blu-rays of the Week Cornbread, Earl and Me / If It’s Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium / I’ll Take Sweden (Olive Films) A low-key drama and two farcical travelogues are ...

Blu-rays of the Week Le Amiche (Criterion) Although one of his lesser works, this 1955 melodrama was an important stepping stone for Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni on his way to ...

Blu-rays of the Week The Best Intentions (Film Movement Classics) Bille August made this 1992 masterpiece from Ingmar Bergman’s script which recounts how his mother and father met, married and ...

Blu-rays of the Week The Beggar’s Opera (Opus Arte) In this 1983 TV production of this seminal 1728 piece of musical theater—forerunner of Weill and Brecht’s far more subversive Threepenny ...

Blu-rays of the Week Antonia’s Line (Film Movement Classics) This 1995 Oscar-winning Best Foreign Film has lost little of its charm, even if Dutch director Marleen Gorliss’s often amusing feminist ...

Blu-rays of the Week The Boy (Universal) This ordinary thriller about a young woman who becomes an elderly couple’s nanny for their eternally young “son” has creepy Twilight Zone-like moments, ...