West takes a look at two recent releases from the Warner Archive Collection.
West takes a look at the two recent Soderbergh & Spalding Gray Blu-rays from Criterion.
If you are a film aficionado and you’re looking for a little affirmation that all your time in the dark was time well spent, this film is for you.
This is a mixtape that demands to be heard.
The Blu-ray of The Last Temptation Of Christ, as it stands, is a much more polished presentation but will probably be of interest only to those hardcore home video enthusiasts who want the upgraded video presentation, and those Blu-ray owners who have never bought the film before.
More adventurous cinephiles will already be on board, but for those who are wary of experimental film, give Frampton a chance. I think there’s something in this odyssey that everyone can appreciate if they’re only willing to meet the filmmaker halfway.
Belle De Jour is a remarkable film from a cinematic master then in the midst of his last great decade of filmmaking before retirement. As complex, beautiful and inscrutable as any of his finest works, it is a pure delight to have it in the Criterion Collection once again.
George Clooney delivers what is undoubtedly one of his finest performances in The Descendants, the most recent film from director Alexander Payne (Sideways, Election) after a hiatus of several years.
West takes a look at the recent Criterion Blu-ray upgrade for A Night To Remember, and reflects on the 100th anniversary of the TItanic sinking.
West takes a look at spine 600: the recently released Criterion Blu-ray of Otto Preminger’s Anatomy Of A Murder.