March also includes the next Criterion Chaplin release.
If you own the old DVD and wonder if it’s worth upgrading to Criterion, here you go.
Criterion unveiled their September titles today, and what a line-up it is!
Even if its underlying narrative seems ephemeral in the big scheme of things, Letter Never Sent provides a sensational cinematic experience.
If you wonder where the actor who plays Iron Man acquired his winsome smirking insolence, just wait ’til you meet his parents.
In the newest offering from Eclipse, the so-called “Southern California Trilogy” uses three disparate subjects (developmentally delayed twins, model railroad builders and urban street gangs) to ponder how we learn, communicate and make sense of the world around us.
The Criterion Collection is kicking off 2012 with a bang. This month we have several new releases, a Blu-ray upgrade, and a new Eclipse Box Set.
A new Blu-ray edition gives The Lubitsch Touch its well-deserved Criterion Treatment. More than just enshrining a nearly forgotten historical artifact in state-of-the-art digital technology, this free adaptation of a NÃ¶el Coward play fearlessly treads over taboos still intact nearly 80 years later.
Criterion’s March 2012 line-up was announced today and you can read all about them here. Some exciting stuff coming next year.