This time on the podcast, Ryan and James discuss Andrew Haigh’s 2011 film, Weekend.
These are the main episodes of CriterionCast, where we discuss: news, releases, one featured Criterion film, and choose a theme from the film and discuss related movies.
This time on the podcast, Ryan, James and Travis discuss Chris Marker’s two films, La Jetee and Sans Soleil.
This time on the podcast, Ryan, James, and Travis are joined by Moises Chiullan to discuss Barbet Schroeder’s 1978 film, Koko: A Talking Gorilla.
This time on the podcast, Ryan and James discuss Erle S. Kenton’s 1932 film, Island Of Lost Souls.
To celebrate the 3 Year Anniversary of the podcast and website, Ryan, James and Travis are joined by David Blakeslee to reflect on the Criterion Collection titles released in the first half of 2012, and look forward to what we’ll see in the second half.
This time on the podcast, Ryan and Travis are joined by West Anthony to discuss Mikhail Kalatozov’s 1959 film, Letter Never Sent.
This time on the podcast, the Ryan and James are joined by Justin Vactor to discuss Seijun Suzuki’s films, Tokyo Drifter and Branded To Kill.
This week on the podcast, Ryan and James are joined by Rufus Derham to discuss Henri-Georges Clouzot’s 1955 film, Diabolique.
This time on the podcast, Ryan and James get together to discuss Wes Anderson’s 1996 film, Bottle Rocket.
This time around on the CriterionCast, Ryan and James take some time to discuss Terry Zwigoff’s 1995 film, Crumb.
This week on the podcast we’re joined by James Marsh from Twitchfilm to discuss Monty Python’s Life Of Brian.
We return to the Criterion Collection by spending an entire episode discussing Ishiro Honda’s Godzilla, the film, and the recent Criterion release.
This week on the podcast, Ryan, James, and Travis discuss the week’s news, rumors, and new releases, as well as Gus Van Sant’s Mala Noche.
This week on the podcast, the team continues their month-long arc of “romance” films by discussing Max Ophul’s 1955 film, Lola MontÃ¨s.
This week begins a new arc, covering “romance” films within the Criterion Collection. Ryan, James, and Travis discuss Masahiro Shinoda’s Pale Flower.
This week on the podcast, Ryan, James and Travis are joined by West Anthony to finish their month long arc of technicolor films in the Criterion Collection with Powell And Pressburger’s The Tales Of Hoffmann