Nothing like a comedy to chase away those winter blues….which is why under no circumstances watch The Offence as it will chill you to your very soul.
This week on Off The Shelf, Ryan is joined by Brian Saur present their 2015 gift guide suggestions for the home media enthusiasts in your life, and chat about some follow-up and home video news.
Scott, David, and Trevor discuss dramatic structure, societal needs, and production design in the landmark utopian film.
Rounding up the best home entertainment deals for the week of Black Friday 2015
This new verite-style documentary looks at one of the world’s most trouble governments and their attempt at finally fostering democracy.
France’s submission for Best Foreign Language Film at the upcoming Oscars is not only one of the year’s best films, but brings to light one of the great young voices in world cinema.
New York is a one in a million type city. A melding of nationalities, races, religions, sexual orientations, New York City is the rare…
Ryan and David catch up on the Criterion news from the past couple of months.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the week’s new releases.
Criterion and Fandor have all of your Kieślowski needs covered.
Gathering together eight films by the legendary director, MoC’s new release is a steal.
These are five titles you may not know about but need to keep an eye on.
These two films make their west coast debut this November.
New documentary looks at one of the art world’s most important curators.
Hu’s thrilling martial arts film is presented in a stunning new transfer.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the news and new releases for the week.
Robin Bougie of Cinema Sewer fame comes back with the second volume in his Graphic Thrills books.
This week Joakim and Trevor Barrett from the Eclipse Viewer podcast discuss Ugetsu Monogatari.