Criterion Reflections – Episode 123 – James Ivory’s Savages

Daisuke Beppu, Robert Taylor and Richard Doyle join David to discuss this strange diversion from the usual form that made Merchant Ivory Productions an Oscar-winning powerhouse in 80s and 90s cinema.

Fantasia International Film Festival 2022 Dispatch Four

We close out our Fantasia 2022 coverage with a look at Lena Dunham's latest, and a couple other late-festival highlights.

Fantasia International Film Festival 2022 Dispatch Three

For this third dispatch we cover a new film from a beloved cult director, a historic kaiju picture and a country's first stop motion feature.

Fantasia International Film Festival 2022 Dispatch Two

This dispatch we look at a one of a kind action film, a pro-wrestling documentary and the year's best horror film.

August 2022 Programming on the Criterion Channel Announced

For August, the Channel will feature films from Béla Tarr, Gurinder Chadha, Jonas Bak, and more!

Fantasia International Film Festival 2022: Dispatch One

For this dispatch, we look at three films, including a new biography of a legendary filmmaker, a fantastic new anime and a campy new thriller.

Five Films To See From New York Asian Film Festival 2022 [Film Festival Preview]

This year's festival runs July 15-31 at both Film at Lincoln Center and New York's Asia Society.

Joshua Reviews Claire Denis’ Both Sides Of The Blade [Theatrical Review]

Claire Denis returns with an intimate, provocative erotic melodrama led by three engrossing performances.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 122 – Alan Gibson’s Dracula A.D. 1972

We discuss a late entry in Hammer Films' Dracula series at a time when the beloved studio's reign of terror perilously approached the breaking dawn of a new era in cinematic horror.