One of Franco’s first films finally arrives on Blu-ray.
One of Franco’s more bizarre pictures arrives on Blu-ray.
One of Franco’s best films finally hits Blu-ray.
Sirk’s 1957 masterpiece, as astonishing as ever, makes its high-def debut.
Criterion’s long-awaited addition of more from Satyajit Ray has arrived.
New documentary looks at the life and work of one of the most influential poster artists ever.
Nearing its 100th year, Griffith’s landmark film remains an upsetting, complicated piece of cinema.
This is yet another top notch documentary proving 2013 to be yet another golden year for non-fiction filmmaking.
Marilyn Monroe’s big play for dramatic legitimacy is a wild, genre-busting, melodramatic pleasure.
This film is a shockingly entertaining throwback to the world of true adventure films.
Del Toro’s masterpiece is now in glorious HD, and it’s one of Criterion’s best releases of 2013.
Mizoguchi’s international award-winner is an essential companion piece for admirers of Ugetsu and Sansho The Bailiff.
The porn-star biopic is a lie, as cinema as much as fact.
This was Belgium’s entrant for last year’s Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. And it lives up to that hype.
This film marks an auspicious debut for one Brandon Cronenberg.
This Criterion Collection Blu-ray may have a discounted price point, but the film is more than worth every single dollar.