An outstanding piece of drama, the film is, perhaps most surprisingly, very much a Danny Boyle Film.
Ryan and Brian chat about the week’s new releases.
Rounding up today’s Criterion-related links
Guy Maddin is back with what may be his most original, and visceral, work to date.
The podcast returns with Joakim being joined by Ian Schultz to discuss Alex Cox’s Repo Man.
A handful of links to brighten your day.
One of the year’s best thrillers just kicked off the 2015 fall film seasons with a bang.
Scott, David, and Sean discuss propriety, society, and sexuality in the definitive adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic farce.
Rounding up the best DVD and Blu-ray deals around the web.
Proving once again no government can shut out a creative voice, Panahi has made one of the year’s best, and most politically charged, pictures.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the week’s news and new releases.
The Warner Archive’s new DVD release is available today.
Fassbinder is on the menu at Fandor for the next twelve days!
New set includes five of the best films from one of documentary films greatest unknown poets.
This new documentary shines a light on a story unlike any you could ever dream of.
The Criterion Collection has just uploaded a new clip from their new Blu-ray release of Moonrise Kingdom, featuring the exclusive audio commentary track that…
Two directors. Five films. One set.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the week’s new home video news and releases.