This debut animated feature is a gorgeous, picture book-like adventure film.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the week’s new Blu-ray releases.
Zexer’s debut feature is one of the year’s great looks at the power dynamics within families and generations in a traditional Israeli village.
Mark, Aaron and Scott Nye kick off the first of a seven episode series about French cinema i the 1930s.
This new Aussie import is a delightful, if twee, coming of age comedy.
Can a too-nuts-to-be-true story elevate a straight forward, talking head documentary?
Ryan and Brian catch up on a couple of weeks worth of releases and news.
Ryan is joined by Keith and Aaron once again to chat about some Criterion Collection news.
Join Keith for a bit more insight into his completionist history and a fine conversation with Adam Glass and Pat Dorgan of Lost in Criterion.
Ryan is joined by David and Scott to chat about the five releases from the Criterion Collection in August.
Gillo Pontecorvo’s film is celebrating its 50th anniversary this fall with a theatrical tour from Rialto and Janus Films.
We change things up by focusing on a boutique label, Twilight Time, that has found success through a unique business model.
David endures a dutiful rewatch of Norman Mailer’s turgid cop drama, so that you don’t have to.
What this new documentary lacks in style it makes up for in insight into one of the major issue plaguing modern education.
Marcin Wrona’s final film is a haunting possession thriller that’s heavy on mood and atmosphere.
This new documentary is not only a groundbreaking achievement in non-fiction filmmaking, but it has a date with The Criterion Collection very soon.
The studio gets a little silly. We all go a little silly sometimes.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the week’s new releases.
Mark and Aaron are joined by Dave Eves to evaluate the massive Zatoichi serial starring Shintaro Katsu.
This unvarnished meditation on the life of a foster child in France was Maurice Pialat’s first feature film.