Classics and Other Films on DVD

Here are our latest reviews of films on DVD from 2011 and earlier.

10 Years Lost in Translation

Joseph Proimakis @ Popaganda [Greek]

  • Excerpt: 10 years after its first screening, the film that brought Sofia Copolla into the mainstream, has a lot of unforgetable moments. But there’s one more unforgettable than others.

3 Films by Roberto Rossellini Starring Ingrid Bergman

Dusty Somers @ Cinema Sentries

An American Hippie in Israel

Dusty Somers @ Blogcritics

Apocalypse Now Redux

Carlos del Río @ El rincón de Carlos del Río [Spanish]

  • Excerpt: Casi una obra maestra.

Autumn Sonata

Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast

The Big Parade

Dusty Somers @ Blogcritics

A Boy and His Dog

Dennis Schwartz @ Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews

Chucky: The Complete Collection

M. Enois Duarte @ High-Def Digest.com

Dave Chappelle’s Block Party

Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast

The Devil Bat

Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast

Fight Club

Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews

  • Excerpt: Fight Club is one of those in-your-face, take-no-prisoners manifestos that has something say and does it with style and panache.

Fireworks Wednesday

Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers

Patrick Bromley @ F This Movie!

House of Wax (1953)

M. Enois Duarte @ High-Def Digest.com

A Letter to Three Wives

Dusty Somers @ Cinema Sentries

The Mercenary

Dennis Schwartz @ Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews

A Mother Should Be Loved

Dennis Schwartz @ Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews

Prince Of Darkness

Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast

Psycho II

Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast

Psycho III

Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast

The Singing Ringing Tree

Gregory J. Smalley @ 366 Weird Movies

  • Excerpt: …a rose-colored, romanticized view of the Dark Ages glimpsed through a hole in the Iron Curtain. ‘The Singing Ringing Tree’ is known in former East Germany (where it was a blockbuster hit in the 1950s) and Britain (where it became a cult item through TV screenings in the 1960s), but this spectacular curiosity still needs to be brought to the attention of the rest of the world.

Slacker

Dusty Somers @ Cinema Sentries

Slice

Peter Nellhaus @ Coffee Coffee and more Coffee

  • Excerpt: In some ways, I’m not surprised that Kongkiat’s film might have have trouble finding an audience. The film is by turns perhaps too arty for the gorehounds, while the some of the art house crowd would undoubtedly be disturbed by some very graphic violence.

The Stranger (1946)

M. Enois Duarte @ High-Def Digest.com

They Kill Only Their Masters

Dennis Schwartz @ Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews

Three Films By Roberto Rossellini Starring Ingrid Bergman

Joshua Brunsting @ The CriterionCast

Trooper Hook

Dennis Schwartz @ Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews

Under Wraps (1997)

Benjamin Kramer @ The Voracious Filmgoer

  • Excerpt: I’m not going to make any claims of greatness for this effort, but it’s a solid version of exactly what it wants to be.

The World is Not Enough

Dustin Freeley @ MoviesAboutGladiators.com

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