Turns out you can teach an old dog new tricks, but Godard is still saying the same things he has been for 25 years–now in 3D!
Baumbach’s embarrassing and tone-deaf follow up to Frances Ha is painfully unfunny and thematically empty.
The latest from Alexander Sokurov is one of the most intriguing films of the last handful of years.
Tom and Joakim are joined by Marilyn Ferdinand to discuss Al Reinert’s 1989 documentary, For All Mankind
Burn, Hollywood, burn.
“Coming just in time for Christmas”
The twisted and beautiful world of David Lynch is finally in the Collection.
Another mesmerizing thriller from David Fincher, Gone Girl is outstanding in ways you least expect.
A few 2014 releases freshly available on VOD make their way into this week’s must-stream lineup.
Wonder what happened to the promised video essay? Wonder no more.
Max Nichols’ debut feature is a charming spin on modern romance.
Laika’s latest stop-motion animated film is Ryan’s favorite theatrical release of the year so far.
Newest film from Kevin Smith is, at the very least, unlike anything you’ve seen this year.
Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, and Sean Hutchinson discuss genre-bending, sexuality, star personas, and depictions of morality in Hawks’s first Western.
Next month, Arrow Films will release a new box set featuring WIthnail & I.
Janus Films is currently touring the new 4K restoration of Roberto Rossellini’s Rome Open City, and to help celebrate the films re-release, the Criterion Collection has unveiled a new poster in their online store.
On Episode 26 of the Masters of Cinema Cast Joakim and Tom discuss Antonio Campos’s 2012 film Simon Killer.
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