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Classic Corner: Judex

Sixty years ago, Georges Franju paid tribute to one of his filmmaking heroes with an affectionate remake of Louis Feuillade’s “Judex.”

Review: Eileen

William Oldroyd’s adaptation of Ottessa Moshfegh’s novel is a wickedly entertaining mash-up of psychological thriller, film noir, and lesbian pulp.

Review: May December

Todd Haynes still surprises with this blackly comic drama inspired by the Mary Kay Letourneau scandal.

Christmas VODepths: What to See (and Avoid) On Demand This Holiday Season

Our mini-reviews of ‘The Christmas Classic,’ ‘El Sabor de la Navidad,’ ‘Christmas with Jerks,’ ‘Nightmare on 34st Street,’ and more direct-to-video holiday fare.

The Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: Oppenheimer, Mean Streets, The Fugitive and More

Our bi-weekly look at the best new titles on Blu-ray, 4K, and your subscription streaming services.

Harvey’s Hellhole: Cinema Paradiso

The 1988 coming-of-age tale ‘Cinema Paradiso’ was practically patient zero when it came to Miramax taking a middlebrow foreign film and turning it into a much-adored, Oscar-winning hit.

Oldboy at 20 – and 10

Two decades ago, Park Chan-wook’s revenge thriller reinvented Korean cinema. A decade Later, Spike Lee remade it.

Simply the Best: Tina Turner On Screen

Tina Turner turned in a pair of indelible screen performances that extended—and, in some cases, subverted—the qualities that made her appealing on record and in concert.

Review: Napoleon

Ridley Scott’s latest is more than it appears, a sly comedy and psycho-sexual drama wrapped in a historical epic’s clothing.