This simple yet beautiful story follows a scientists as he treks to the Arctic to study wolves and in the process discovers himself and learns to appreciate mans relationship with nature.
To get something out of the way first, no, this is not a remake nor has anything to do with the film of the same title by Jean-Luc Godard.
A big talent emerges in Tiny Furniture.
Criterion starts the new year with a monster of a release.
A deep 70s classic receives an atrocious and ignorant remake.
A solid thriller from two unlikely allies.
The DVD and Blu Ray debut of the 1932 horror classic.
Average haunted house tale made bearable thanks to star Jeri Ryan.
Last summers tail end saw the piranhas but this one belongs to the sharks.
The original Japanese monster film has far more heart and policital commentary than its American version but both are entertaining and beautiful on this two-disc DVD set.