Best Movies of 2015: Best Blu-ray Releases

Two things: Despite what my wife says, I don’t buy that many new releases and when I do, they’re usually older films getting a new release, a Blu-ray upgrade, etc. Also, since they’re pretty much the gold standard of Blu-ray releases, you’ll see lots of Criterion Collection discs here.

I won’t go into any detail on any of these releases, partly because I haven’t seen every supplement on every release. If you’d like to read more – especially about the supplements on each disc – please click the links, most of which go to Blu-ray.com.

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Don’t Look Now (1973) Nicholas Roeg (Criterion)

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Ride the Pink Horse (1947) Robert Montgomery (Criterion)

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Night and the City (1950) Jules Dassin (Criterion)

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Odd Man Out (1947) Carol Reed (Criterion)

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Mulholland Dr. (2001) David Lynch (Criterion)

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The Apu Trilogy (1955-1959) Satyajit Ray (Criterion) This link/review (which includes spoilers, but scroll down for supplement information) comes from an excellent blog, Criterion Blues.

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X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963) Roger Corman (Kino Lorber)

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The Prowler (1951) Joseph Losey (VCI)

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Sherlock Holmes (1916) Arthur Berthelet (Flicker Alley)

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Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) George Miller (Warner Bros.)

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Life Itself (doc. 2014) Steve James (Magnolia Pictures)

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