Classics & More on DVD (Feb. 16, 2021)

Here are our latest reviews of films on DVD.

Pre-2019 Film Reviews


Wesley Lovell @ Cinema Sight (2010)

Dark Intruder

Sarah Boslaugh @ The Arts STL (1965)

  • Excerpt: On the plus side, the opening credits sequence is quite nice, the costumes and sets are convincing in a television budget sort of way, and there’s enough cleverness in the way the story is spun out, with a nice little button at the end, to make it satisfying.

Joint Security Area on Arrow Video blu-ray

Laura Clifford @ Reeling Reviews (2000)

  • Excerpt: Newly issued on a blu-ray packed with extras by Arrow Video, it is fascinating to regard the work of director Chan-wook Park (“Oldboy,” “The Handmaiden”) before his vengeance trilogy catapulted him to global recognition.

The Kiss Before the Mirror

Sarah Boslaugh @ The Arts STL (1933)

  • Excerpt: Some of the sets from Frankenstein were re-used for this film, and Whale’s characteristic nods to German Expressionism, the care he takes with every shot, and the racy content smuggled in so you can see it if you want to, and miss it if you don’t, makes this more than just a studio obligation fulfilled.

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