The Killing: Kubrick Thriller Arrives on 4K Ultra HD

Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing is the latest Kubrick film to make its arrival on 4K Ultra HD by way of Kino Lorber Studio Classics. The Kino Lorber 4K UHD disc comes over a decade after the Criterion Collection Blu-ray. Where some Criterion bonus content has transferred over in the past, this is not the case for this release. This release includes new audio commentary along with the trailer. Johnny Clay (Sterling Hayden) has one last…

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The Godfather Trilogy Arrives on 4K Ultra HD

The Godfather Trilogy makes its arrival on 4K Ultra HD in celebration of The Godfather marking its 50th anniversary since the 1972 release. “I am very proud of The Godfather, which certainly defined the first third of my creative life,” said Francis Ford Coppola. “With this 50th anniversary tribute, I’m especially proud Mario Puzo’s THE GODFATHER, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone is included, as it captures Mario and my original vision in definitively concluding our epic…

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The Godfather Is An Epic Masterpiece

Francis Ford Coppola’s Oscar-winning film, The Godfather, remains an epic masterpiece and one of the greatest cinematic achievements. At this point, there really isn’t anything else that can be said about the film.  Francis Ford Coppola took Mario Puzo’s epic novel and turned it into a masterpiece.  More than that, one book would become the basis for three different films.  This is before Puzo decided to write a sequel to his novel. Marlon Brando stars…

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Dr. Strangelove Remains A Genius Political Satire

Stanley Kubrick’s classic black comedy, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, remains a genius political satire. This is a film that is surprisingly still relevant even some 20 years into the 21st century.  Obviously, the film features one of the most iconic lines in cinema history but that’s beside the point.  You could still make this film today. There is a lot happening in the span of 94…

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