Joshua Reviews Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Drive My Car [Theatrical Review]

Hamaguchi's second release of 2021 is one of the year's very best films, a beautifully melancholy rumination on grief and art.

December 2021 Programming on the Criterion Channel Announced

For December, the Channel will feature films from Alfred Hitchcock, Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Elisabeth Subrin, and more!

Criterion Channel Surfing, Episode 49: Horror

Josh is joined by filmmaker Brad McDermott for a discussion about horror films on the Criterion Channel.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 108 – Kenji Misumi’s Lone Wolf and Cub [Part 1]

David and guests embark on the demon path to hell as they discuss the first three films (and Shogun Assassin too!) in this classic saga of ronin & child in feudal Japan.

Criterion Now – Episode 136 – #Noirvember

Jill and Aaron welcome crime fiction writer, Craig Terlson, to the show to discuss #Noirvember.

Six Films To See At DOC NYC 2021 [Film Festival Preview]

In the first of a pair of pieces from this year's DOC NYC, we take a look at six of the festival's most talked about films.

Criterion Now – Episode 135 – January 2022 Announcements, David Fincher’s Voir, Indicator US

Jill and Aaron dig into a lot in this episode. We begin with the January 2022 announcements and go from there.

Joshua Reviews Philip Gelatt And Morgan Galen King’s The Spine Of Night [Theatrical Review]

Drawing influence from the golden age of adult animation, this thrilling new fantasy epic is a captivating experiment in animation.

November 2021 Programming on the Criterion Channel Announced

For November, the Channel will feature films from Garrett Bradley, Jane Campion, Lisa Immordino Vreeland, and more!

Joshua Reviews Joshua Bonnetta’s The Two Sights [Theatrical Review]

The debut feature from El Mar La Mar co-director Joshua Bonnetta, The Two Sights is a haunting look at a remote community in Scotland.