The first four ‘Rocky’ movies come to 4K UHD with distinct looks, including two different looks for the two cuts of ‘Rocky IV’. All are worth adding to your collection.
‘The Mask of Zorro’ and ‘Air Force One’ bring ’90s action to 4K UHD in new steelbook editions with cool classic and new art.
Dario Argento’s ‘Pheomena’ comes to 4K UHD loaded with extras including 2 hours of interviews, 2 commentaries and breakdowns of the different cuts.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre looks scary in 4K without losing any of the raw aesthetic that makes it a classic. A new bonus feature on the film’s legacy gives it context in the history of horror too.
Training Day comes to 4K UHD in a crisp look at the streets of L.A. upon which Denzel Washington unleashes his still captivating performance.
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The Criterion Collection 4K UHD edition of “Dazed and Confused” brings out the magical night in 1976 with meaningful bonus features from the making of the film in 1992.
“The Old Way” is both a solid western and a solid Nicolas Cage movie, which looks great on Blu-ray and has some fascinating bonus features.
“The Inspection” Blu-ray goes beyond the film to address the complicated themes writer/director Elegance Bratton explored.
Sammo Hung’s “Millionaire’s Express” comes to Blu-ray in a beautiful transfer from MVD, with four different cuts and loaded with extras.
The 88 Films “Dragons Forever” 4K Is another stunning Hong Kong upgrade, packed with bonus features with the unsung collaborators of Three Brothers Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao.