If you own the old DVD and wonder if it’s worth upgrading to Criterion, here you go.
Pier Paolo Pasolini’s 1967 adaptation of the famous myth is everything you could want from such a description.
We look at Criterion’s brand new Blu-ray of their former Laserdisc-approved David Fincher thriller, The Game.
We look at the new Criterion release of Paul Bartel’s cult classic.
It’s been 5 years since Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood. Has he made another masterpiece?
Steve James is back with yet another winning look into one of the sports world’s biggest issues.
Juliet Binoche leads this erotic meditation on female sexuality that is stolen by two brilliant supporting performances.
Joshua takes a look at three classic films from Mario Bava now available on Blu-ray.
We look at one of this year’s greatest documentaries, How To Survive A Plague.
Despite the catchy pop numbers at this film’s core, Brooklyn Brothers Beat The Best never finds the right note to play for too long.
Kino’s new Blu-ray for the iconic Keaton classic is a must-own.
Joshua takes a look at Kino’s new Blu-ray release of Keaton’s first feature film performance
West takes a look at two recent releases from the Warner Archive Collection.
Cronenberg hits theaters with what may be his best and most polarizing film in years.
James Cameron’s 1997 epic has been raised from the depths of standard definition to Blu-ray, and the release is worthy of the name Titanic.
The opening night film from Sundance 2012 finally hits theaters.