Ryan is joined by David and Scott to chat about the latest Criterion Collection news.
Ryan and Brian chat about the Twilight Time sale, the Warner Archive anniversary, organizing discs, and the new releases for the week.
Some killer new additions to the Criterion Collection picks on Fandor this week.
In this episode Masters of Cinemas’ very own Craig Keller drops by for a chat about Masters of Cinema and films in general.
Scott, David, Sean, and Trevor discuss Kurosawa’s relative truth and visual expressionism.
Here are five films you need to watch this weekend.
Green’s newest film is a breathtaking meditation on the power of art as an emotional release.
Why don’t you pass the time by watching a few supplements?
For all its additional delights, Cinderella triumphs primarily thanks to the lead performance by Lily James. A refreshingly classic take.
The print from Tomer Hanuka will go on sale on Thursday, March 19th at a random time.
Cancer is a subject that is near and dear to this writer’s heart. With a brother who has looked cancer in the eye, stared…
This new film, maxing its debut at this year’s SXSW Film Festival, looks at the role of the bicycle in modern society.
“It all falls under the general heading of ‘progress.'”
New documentary looks at the growing issues surrounding police and their ever growing use of force.
Ryan and Brian chat about organizing collections, a few news items, and this week’s new releases.
Hawke’s debut film is a brisk, and beautiful, look at art and the practice of it.
Mann’s final western is a tense, moody, unromantic portrait of the era.
This bleak and cynical classic gets an update with Criterion’s fantastic Blu-ray release.