New coming of age film is director Celine Sciamma’s third, and arguably best, feature film.
Essay documentary looks at a myriad of things, from Vertigo to the Mexican American War.
New thriller looks at the dark side of a connected society.
Low-budget thriller takes to Park City for this year’s Slamdance Film Festival.
One of the great romance films makes its Blu-ray debut.
Tony Zhou’s Every Frame A Painting series looks at the geometry of Kurosawa’s 1960 film.
Ryan and Brian chat about the week’s new DVD and Blu-ray news and new releases.
New documentary looks at the recovery of a legendary pro-wrestler.
From a new comedy series to an animated classic, here are five things you must stream this weekend.
Director Peter Strickland’s gorgeously strange and sensuous new film is not to be missed.
New documentary looks at one of Modern Dance’s greatest minds.
Ryan and David chat about the April Criterion line-up.
Ryan and Brian chat about the new DVDs & Blu-rays for the week.
Guy Maddin’s 2007 film is available from the Criterion Collection today.
MoC brings the previously-released Pathé edition to the English-speaking world.
The seminal film noir comes to high definition.
Debut feature from writer/director Desiree Akhavan is one of the funniest and most heartfelt films in ages.
David and Trevor discuss the newest addition to the Eclipse Series, five films that launched the career of a great, but under-appreciated, Japanese filmmaker.