Kino Lorber has released Hitler’s Hollywood (DVD: $29.95), a new documentary that traces the rise and fall of Nazi Germany through its national cinema of 1933-1945. Directed by Rüdiger Suchsland and narrated by Udo Kier, the film is illustrated with clips from the many big spectacles, colorful fantasies, and lavish costume films that Nazi Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels conceived of to rival Hollywood. About 1,000 feature films were made in Germany in the years between 1933-1945: musicals, melodramas, romances, costume dramas, and war films. Only a few were overtly Nazi propaganda films. But by the same token, even fewer can be considered harmless entertainment. A follow-up to his 2014 film From Caligari to Hitler, Suchsland here examines how stereotypes of the “enemy” and values of love and hate were planted into viewers’ heads through whart was seen onscreen. Bonus features include an alternate German voiceover track.