This time on The Newsstand, Ryan is joined by James, Josh, David Blakeslee and Sean Hutchinson to discuss the August 2013 Criterion Collection Line-Up, the Cannes Classics films, and the new Hulu search functionality on Criterion.com.
It’s a Criterion control freak’s dream.
The Criterion Collection continues to highlight controversial, difficult-to-watch films that are nevertheless important and worth exploring with its release of Michael Haneke’s multi-award-winning, deeply disturbing, even cringe-inducing film from 2001: The Piano Teacher.
This new thriller finds Aronofsky at both his most ambitious and most grotesque. In other words, it’s brilliant.
Von Sternberg’s final film leaps out of obscurity and onto Blu-ray
The greatest film ever made (or so it seems) comes to Blu-ray.
The Criterion Collection presents Robert Bresson’s final, nihilistic film, the masterpiece L’argent.
The eight film retrospective will run until 7/23.
Pineiro returns with one of his most personal and entrancing works to date.
One of the year’s best documentaries puts us in the middle of one of the most important global conflicts.
Gray embarks on an ambitious expedition.
The Japanese auteur is one of world cinema’s true greats, and this may be his best film yet.
David concludes his blogging coverage of 1968 with several short reviews of short movies.
David reviews the last Zatoichi film of the 1960s and the last one of the series to be released by the Daiei Film studio.