One of the year’s best home video releases is also, without a doubt, its most culturally and sociologically important.
I’m just kidding, I love fan edits
Napoleon is coming to Blu-ray!
Ryan and Brian catch up on the last couple of weeks’ worth of news, new releases, and Comic Con.
Mark and Aaron are joined by Matt Gasteier to explore Nicholas Ray’s In a Lonely Place (1950) and evaluate Humphrey Bogart’s body of work.
Starring Cecile de France, this romantic drama is one of this summer’s most pleasant surprises.
Scott, David, Trevor, and Arik discuss the eroticism, restless youth, realist and stylistic traits in Bergman’s landmark film.
We return with a look at Soul Power, enjoy!
The team gathers together to chat about Criterion’s home video releases for June 2016.
Ryan is joined by David Bax to preview the Comic Con 2016 panels and events that they’re looking forward to.
Arrow helps resurrect two tight, thrilling genre films.
Mark and Aaron are joined by Scott Nye to hash out the intricate themes, history, and nuance of Edward Yang’s A Brighter Summer Day.
In which Arik and Christa Mrgan discuss beauty, simplicity, and the patriarchy
Ichi endures a hard beating in this one, but he’s in the benevolent care of the great Takashi Shimura.
Ryan is joined by Arik and Scott to chat about the October titles from Criterion.
One of the year’s most intimate documentaries takes us inside the life and work of one of photography and experimental cinema’s most influential artists.
For its 10th anniversary, the festival puts together maybe its greatest slate to date.
David, Trevor and guest Pablo Knote conclude their Kurahara coverage with a discussion of Black Sun and Thirst for Love.
The conversation never ends.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the last two weeks of home video news and releases.