Disney teams up with Sam Raimi in the hopes of reigniting the magic of Oz, à la 2010’s decidedly unmagical Alice in Wonderland.
Fellini’s swinging-sixties persona might not be so attractive in the early ’80s, but this Blu-ray is.
Could this film elevate director Jeff Nichols to the top of the ranks for current American filmmakers?
Could this be yet another gem from the master of pop culture provocation?
Talk about a way to change things up after a film like The Avengers.
Is this the film that David Gordon Green fans have been waiting for?
Lightning rod filmmaker Joe Swanberg is back with his best film to date.
Guitry’s acidic comedy is rejuvenated by Masters of Cinema.
The film made its world premiere in Austin, but did it live up to the hype?
Shindo’s 1964 deathgrip of a film gets the royal treatment on Blu-ray.
Yet more proof that Romanian cinema may be on the brink, but it’s still alive and kicking.
South Korean director’s English-language debut is a gas.
This is an early contender for best film of 2013.
Another masterful example of Criterion’s “film school in a box,” this is essential viewing for fans and students of the documentary genre.
After seeing Compliance 3 times, James finally has the guts to sit down and write out his review.
The director’s follow-up to his beloved Certified Copy may be one of his best films yet.