Ryan and Brian chat about the new releases for the week.
Over the next few months, Mondo will be releasing three of Howard Shore’s collaborations with David Cronenberg.
Mark, Aaron and Paul Cobb look at John Frankenheimer’s groundbreaking political thriller, the first of his paranoia trilogy.
This new documentary looks at the truth behind the lives of men and women who make up the “furry” community.
David collaborates with filmmaker and podcaster Martin Kessler in a correspondence conversation about this semi-obscure pearl of the Czech New Wave.
With a Criterion home video release pending, Joshua looks at the new restoration of Ousmane Sembene’s masterpiece.
One of the year’s biggest surprises is also one of its most difficult and unforgettable documentaries.
Ryan is joined by Scott and Arik to discuss some news.
My guest for this month is West Anthony, and he’s joined me to discuss the film I chose for him, the 1977 drama film ¡Alambrista!
Ryan and Brian chat about the week’s news and new releases.
We return with a catch up about upcoming MoC releases, Criterion UK and a look at Andre de Toth’s Day of the Outlaw.
Mark and Aaron fly back to 1939 to discuss Howard Hawks’ classic Only Angels Have Wings.
Albert and David Maysles would like just a few minutes of our time to let us know about a wonderful product, sure to enrich our lives and build strong character.
Ryan is joined by David, Scott, Aaron, and Mark to discuss the April Criterion titles.
Terence Davies returns with another literary adaptation and another absolute masterpiece.
War is just a series of rotten circumstances in Fuller’s first studio film.
Scott, Aaron, Mark, and Martin discuss the paranoia, improvisation, rarity, and fleeting nature of Rivette’s titanic 1971 film.
Ryan and Brian catch up on the week’s new releases.
The film opens in theaters this fall.
Last year’s Palme d’Or winner finally arrives in theaters as the 2016 Cannes Film Festival sits on the horizon.