Ryan and Brian chat about the week’s home video news and new releases.
The Film Foundation’s restoration of Brocka’s 1975 feature will join the Criterion Collection in 2017.
Largely unseen stateside, Berlanga’s masterpiece is finally available in a glorious new Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.
Keith makes a “Criterion Connection” on the other side of the world with a great conversation with Australian John Mathews of the Director’s Suite Cast. Also, a satisfying crunch of the numbers around the first 500 titles in the canon.
One of the great thrillers of all time, McNaughton’s debut feature is back in theaters with a superb new 4K restoration.
Ryan is joined by David, Scott, and Keith to chat about the eight releases from the Criterion Collection in August.
One of the great films of all time returns to theaters with a gorgeous new 4K restoration.
The real fun is what’s underneath this twisty thriller.
Ryan and Brian chat about the week’s new Blu-ray releases.
We return after sometime away! In this episode we welcome back John Jansen from the The Hollywood Gauntlet to discuss one of the most infamous and important films ever made; The Birth of a Nation.
Scott, David, and Ryan discuss heartache, sacrifice, gender roles, and performance in Mizoguchi’s 1939 masterpiece.
Here are five films that you need to watch out for coming out of this year’s New York Film Festival lineup.
Mark, Aaron and Eric Ford begin a month of horror with the micro-budget cult classic, Carnival of Souls.
Continuing a much talked about run on the festival circuit, a new clip and poster arrives for one of 2016’s most interesting art house surprises.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the past two weeks of releases, as well as the news about the FilmStruck launch.
This new documentary tells the story of a journalist kidnapped by a terrorist cell, and held under false pretenses.
Led by two top tier performances, this debut drama from director Alex Lehmann is an assured, if quiet, relationship drama.
Snyder’s new documentary is a profoundly moving journey through the grieving process with a small community devastated by an unthinkable tragedy.
Driven by two star making lead performances, Being 17 is a genuine surprise from two of French cinema’s great artists.
Mark and Aaron are joined by Marcus Pinn to explore the filmography of Jim Jarmusch, beginning with Mystery Train (1989).