The battle for peace is not only a thing nations themselves fight for. Throughout cinema history, filmmakers have been infatuated with the idea of…
These are the five things you should be watching while at home this weekend.
Ryan, David and Scott discuss the July 2015 line-up.
Ryan and Brian chat about the new releases for the week.
The two films are coming to the Criterion Collection’s iTunes channel on May 5th.
In the future, there are no wars. There is only…Blu-ray.
Here are five films you need to watch this very weekend.
After six years waiting to hit US shores, Farhadi’s 2009 masterpiece finally arrives this week.
Led by three ferocious performances, Assayas’ new film may very well be the director’s best to date.
Scott, Sean, and James discuss fluidity, sexuality, grief, and the occult in the 1973 horror film.
Ryan and Brian chat about home video news and new releases for the week.
Bernard’s haunting adaptation of Roland Dorgelès’ generation-defining novel looks incredible in high-definition.
Hartley caps off his trilogy with what may be his best work to date.
Does this unsung noir deserve the ever important Criterion stamp of approval?
Ryan and Brian chat about the week’s home video releases.
The Blu-ray compilation will be released June 2015.
Lee Van Cleef and Giuliano Gemma are both electric in Day of Anger, one of the first movies Arrow Films is presenting to the U.S. audience. Is it worth your hard earned money? (The answer is yes)
David and Trevor conclude their series of World War II era films with a conversation about a French director whose films have fallen into undeserved obscurity.