Vincente Minnelli’s masterful melodrama is in dire need of a new Blu-ray.
The release of Fosse’s blistering and entertaining exercise in self-excoriation also marks the end of Criterion’s dual-format experiment.
David and Trevor discuss four films of the 1930s by a highly prolific and all-but-forgotten master of Japanese cinema.
Here are five films to check out from the comfort of your own couch this very weekend.
Five years after it was first announced, Alfonso Cuarón’s international smash hit finally makes its way to the Collection.
New documentary looks at the history of photography through a very specific and enthralling historical lens.
This raw and volatile prison drama features an exhilarating performance from newcomer Jack O’Connell
This month on the Newsstand, Ryan is joined by Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, and Sean Hutchinson to discuss the November 2014 Criterion Collection line-up, as well as the latest in Criterion rumors, Hulu additions, and home video announcements.
Petri’s debut is a fierce, uncompromising examination of the many ways one can damn oneself.
New thriller has arrived thanks to the team at IFC Midnight.
This forgotten comedy finally arrives on Blu-ray.
Here are five films to watch this weekend.
One of the best films of the 1980s finally comes to The Criterion Collection.
This early spine number gets a pristine upgrade and deserves to be rediscovered.
Documentary looks at one man’s journey to find the perfect “green” burial.
The wait is over as Marker’s legendary film finally arrives stateside.
The Charlie Kaufman-lite The One I Love is a flimsy but highly amusing relationship fantasy.
This year’s incredible Main Slate features many Criterion favorites.