Criterion’s investigation of the Western genre continues to accelerate with this marvelous presentation of a beloved masterpiece.
Scott, David, and Trevor discuss the faith, doubt, optimism, and comedy in Ingmar Bergman’s landmark 1957 film.
The wartime musical sings and dances its way to gorgeous high-definition.
New documentary looks at the experiences of a handful of blind chess players in India.
Haunting new documentary looks at genocide and its history through the lens of one man whose life work was to bring it to an end.
Mike Leigh’s Mr. Turner strives to leave a lasting impression.
Kino makes this October all the more scary with their new VOD service.
We return with a look at Erle C. Kentons Island of Lost Souls with special guest James Marsh.
Flicker Alley wants to start a new MOD program, and they need your help to get it going.
Ryan is joined by Scott and Sean to discuss the January 2015 Criterion Collection line-up, the Wexner Talk, the upcoming book: Criterion Designs, and more.
This week on Off The Shelf, Ryan is joined by Brian Saur to take a look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases for the week of October 14th, 2014.
Join us as we cover this year’s Wexner Spotlight on Criterion.
Have the Dardenne brothers scaled back a bit too much this time?
David and Trevor delve into the dry, dusty and didactic worlds that Roberto Rossellini created in the final phase of his illustrious career.
The new restoration will open in New York and Los Angeles on October 17th.
Borowczyk slides into the world of sexually explicit cinema.
Albert Maysles turns his camera towards the “Rare bird of fashion.”
Second installment of this month’s list of the must-watch horror films currently available to stream.