On this mega-episode of the podcast, Josh is joined by Brad McDermott, filmmaker and frequent guest on the Criterion Reflections and Criterion Now podcasts, to discuss films noir in the Criterion Channel’s permanent library, as well as the new and expiring titles for the month of June. Michael Hutchins stops by to discuss the Criterion titles on Warner Media’s new streaming service, HBO Max, and Becky D’Anna joins Josh for a conversation about entry points to the films of Ingmar Bergman.
A monthly podcast dedicated to the Criterion Collection’s streaming service – The Criterion Channel.
Josh is joined once again by frequent contributor Matt Gasteier of The Complete Podcast to continue their conversation about the Criterion Channel. For this episode, they dive into the filmography of Japanese filmmaker Keisuke Kinoshita and offer up a few recommendations for films that are only available on the Criterion Channel. But first, Jill Blake of the Drinking While Talking Podcast stops by to discuss entry-points into classic Hollywood.
Will Remmers joins Josh to continue their conversation about the Criterion Channel. For this episode, they discuss “The Lovers” – stories of love and loss – and give a few recommendations for films that fit the theme. Plus, Matt Gasteier of The Complete podcast shares some tips and tricks for navigating the Criterion Channel’s digital supplements – and makes the case for spending time with the Channel’s interviews, commentaries, and supplemental documentaries.
In this short follow-up to our December 2019 episode on “Family Matters,” host Josh Hornbeck is joined once again by Dave Eves, frequent contributor to Wrong Reel, Film Baby Film, Criterion Now, and Just the Discs. They briefly discuss various streaming services and offer a few recommendations for films about family on other streaming services.