Jia Zhangke’s Cannes-winning A Touch of Sin is now available in stunning blu-ray and DVD, and available to stream.

Jonathan Demme: ”Horses Of God is simply one of the very most powerful pictures that I have ever seen… Extraordinarily gripping and moving, the cinematic style is really breathtaking. I can’t remember being so blown away by the marriage of visuals and storytelling since the first time I saw Marty Scorsese’s Mean Streets and Bertolucci’s The Conformist way back then.” Jonathan Demme: ”Horses Of God is simply one of the very most powerful pictures that I have ever seen… Extraordinarily gripping and moving, the cinematic style is really breathtaking. I can’t remember being so blown away by the marriage of visuals and storytelling since the first time I saw Marty Scorsese’s Mean Streets and Bertolucci’s The Conformist way back then.” Jonathan Demme: ”Horses Of God is simply one of the very most powerful pictures that I have ever seen… Extraordinarily gripping and moving, the cinematic style is really breathtaking. I can’t remember being so blown away by the marriage of visuals and storytelling since the first time I saw Marty Scorsese’s Mean Streets and Bertolucci’s The Conformist way back then.” Jonathan Demme: ”Horses Of God is simply one of the very most powerful pictures that I have ever seen… Extraordinarily gripping and moving, the cinematic style is really breathtaking. I can’t remember being so blown away by the marriage of visuals and storytelling since the first time I saw Marty Scorsese’s Mean Streets and Bertolucci’s The Conformist way back then.” Jonathan Demme: ”Horses Of God is simply one of the very most powerful pictures that I have ever seen… Extraordinarily gripping and moving, the cinematic style is really breathtaking. I can’t remember being so blown away by the marriage of visuals and storytelling since the first time I saw Marty Scorsese’s Mean Streets and Bertolucci’s The Conformist way back then.”

Jonathan Demme: Horses Of God is simply one of the very most powerful pictures that I have ever seen… Extraordinarily gripping and moving, the cinematic style is really breathtaking. I can’t remember being so blown away by the marriage of visuals and storytelling since the first time I saw Marty Scorsese’s Mean Streets and Bertolucci’s The Conformist way back then.”

The Sundance-Award winning Who is Dayani Cristal, opening in New York April 25th. 

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Les Vampires: The movie that was cool before there was a “cool”

Les Vampires: The movie that was cool before there was a “cool”

New Blu-Rays and DVDs from the Palisades Tartan Collection now available!

Including (but not limited to):

  • Park Chan-Wook’s Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance 
  • Park Chan-Wook’s Oldboy
  • Park Chan-Wook’s Lady Vengeance
  • Jafar Panahi’s This Is Not a Film
  • Michael Winterbottom’s 9 Songs
  • Carlos Reygadas’ Battle in Heaven
  • Carlos Reygadas’ Silent Light
  • Kim Yong-gyun’s The Red Shoes

And more!

Awesome new poster for awesome award-winning 52 Tuesdays, coming soon!