The Blu-ray compilation will be released June 2015.
Lee Van Cleef and Giuliano Gemma are both electric in Day of Anger, one of the first movies Arrow Films is presenting to the U.S. audience. Is it worth your hard earned money? (The answer is yes)
David and Trevor conclude their series of World War II era films with a conversation about a French director whose films have fallen into undeserved obscurity.
Truffaut’s meditation on marital infidelity may have rubbed some early viewers the wrong way, but it deserves to be warmly embraced by today’s cinephiles.
Josh picks a handful of films to watch this weekend.
Jacques Rivette’s masterpiece gets the Blu-ray it deserves thanks to Kino Lorber.
Roger Vadim’s underrated gem may be his best film, but deserves a more dense Blu-ray release.
This award winner finally lands on US soil after a lengthy and prosperous festival run. Does it live up to the hype?
Resnais’ final film finds him as playful as ever.
Ryan is joined by David and Scott to chat about the latest Criterion Collection news.
Ryan and Brian chat about the Twilight Time sale, the Warner Archive anniversary, organizing discs, and the new releases for the week.
Some killer new additions to the Criterion Collection picks on Fandor this week.
In this episode Masters of Cinemas’ very own Craig Keller drops by for a chat about Masters of Cinema and films in general.
Scott, David, Sean, and Trevor discuss Kurosawa’s relative truth and visual expressionism.
Here are five films you need to watch this weekend.
Green’s newest film is a breathtaking meditation on the power of art as an emotional release.
Why don’t you pass the time by watching a few supplements?
For all its additional delights, Cinderella triumphs primarily thanks to the lead performance by Lily James. A refreshingly classic take.