ROTTEN TOMATOES CRITICS
The Depths is terrifically acted, smartly written, and directed with intense style. However, what makes it such a fascinating watch is how it observes someone spiraling out of control and lets the audience figure out what course of action is best.
‐ Bobby LePire, Film ThreatThe Rainbow Experiment
By recounting these stories of the private and public politics, the emotional and the professional, Kallas asks her audience to understand and question how easily we think we can know what happened in any terrible accident.
‐ Shelagh Rowan-Legg, ScreenAnarchyLes Bleus: Une autre histoire de France, 1996-2016
Buried away deep inside the Netflix vaults is this round-ball stunner : a comprehensive history of French football since the nation's fabled World Cup triumph on home soil in 1998.
‐ Leigh Paatsch, Herald Sun (Australia)
A high-fidelity version of Andrei Tarkovsky's swan song was one of the few missing links left in the home-video archiving of the Russian master, and Kino has delivered a set that admirably preserves the film's delicate effects.Night of the Lepus
Shout! Factory pulls a rabbit out of its hat with this Blu-ray release of Night of the Lepus, which boasts a solid transfer and a pair of great commentaries.Under Capricorn
An inconsistent but nonetheless beautiful restoration makes for the best-looking home-video release yet of Alfred Hitchcock's most underrated film.