Scott and David discuss faith, simplicity, nature, joy, and realism in Rossellini’s don’t-call-it-a-biopic.
A tale of gentrification takes a remarkably generous, human viewpoint.
We head north to explore Canadian media, culture, and a couple of Criterions.
If only they’d left their story more unknown.
A delicate, generous, heartbreaker of a romance.
Ryan is joined by Scott Nye and Mark Hurne to chat about a few pieces of recent film news.
The landmark western still stands tall.
The result of Stillman adapting Jane Austen proves just as delicious as it sounds.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the past two weeks of home video news and releases.
Is it worthy of Criterion?
This take on the horror anthology film is first must see scarefest of 2016.
David and Trevor push back against the winter’s chill with a discussion of these torrid tales of virtue, vice and emotional torment.
Katz intelligently, empathetically explores the fears that haunt a new parent.
This new documentary looks at one of the great, and underrated, media satirists of our time.
Greene and Kate Lyn Sheil’s film explores the boundaries of documentary film, and of performance.
Lonergan delivers another wrenching story about coping with tragedy.
“It’s funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen.” – Alex (A Clockwork Orange)
New documentary looks at one of the music world’s smallest, yet most vital, scenes.