One of three films this year from Pablo Larrain, Jackie may be one of this generation’s truly great biopics.
2016 is Isabelle Huppert’s year, and we couldn’t be luckier for it.
David, Trevor and Keith get real as they discuss the biggest Eclipse Series set of them all. Part 1 (of 3) focuses on Malle’s French documentaries.
David breaks out the bug spray – the insects are taking over!
David embarks on another voyage aboard the haunted freighter “Dragon King” in this acid-drenched excursion into terror.
Long thought to be a potential Criterion Collection release, Dreams finally debuts on DVD and Blu-ray and as one of the company’s best 2016 offerings.
After a decade-plus hiatus from feature film directing, Hadzihalilovic returns with a breathtaking art house science fiction experiment.
The must-own release is a Gold Box Deal
Mark and Aaron are joined by Keith Silva to look at the Coen Brothers’ debut to cap of #Noirvember.
Don’t miss out on this sale.
If your Monkee friends jumped off a bridge, would you?
Rounding up the best home entertainment deals for the week of Black Friday.
This quiet drama is a moving portrait of two estranged best friends and their second chance at love
This evocative new documentary looks at the solitary life of a truly solitary figure.
One of the great, yet unsung, entries in the ’90s American independent cinema scene finally gets a new restoration on its 25th anniversary.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the past few weeks of new Blu-ray releases.
Mark and Aaron tackle Guillermo Del Toro’s debut film, recently re-released as part of the Trilogía boxset.
This ode to classic melodramas and Euro-sexploitation films is a delightful, if overly long, experiment in genre.
Verhoeven returns to film after ten years with perhaps the year’s most incisive film.
Ryan and Arik chat about the launch of the Criterion Collection’s new digital home: FilmStruck.