A delightful musical romance that doesn’t live up to its predecessor, but is pleasing in its own right and looks wonderful in this 2011 restoration.
The 2013 Agnès Varda and Mathieu Demy restoration of this Jacques Demy classic finally sees a U.S. release in this feature-rich Criterion Collection edition.
Criterion scores again with a reference quality release of this powerful film by director Steve McQueen about the death by hunger strike in 1981 of IRA leader Bobby Sands.
Max Ophüls’ Lola Montès, restored to its original length and full-color glory, is a fine spectacle of filmmaking to behold in this superb transfer of the 2008 restoration.
Austrian writer/director Götz Spielmann’s slow burning psychological thriller Revanche shows up in a reference quality release from Criterion worthy of this Oscar Nominated drama.
“If I don’t get some shelter, lord I’m gonna fade away!” It may be the greatest rock and roll documentary ever and it arrives on Blu-ray in a reference quality release from The Criterion Collection
It’s a strong week for Blu-ray releases, which is just well enough for us as we inaugurate our Definitive Blu-ray Releases weekly roundup in which we alert you to the week’s hot new Blu-ray titles. First up is Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, in this three-disc edition Blu-ray+DVD+digital copy of the followup […]
Don’t go into A Christmas Tale expecting a touchy-feely holiday film. This is raw, emotional drama that only takes Christmastime as its vague backdrop and it has been artfully transferred to Blu-ray by Criterion.
Funny, romantic, heartbreaking, beautifully filmed and acted, Mira Nair’s Monsoon Wedding captures modern India superbly and it is rendered here nicely in another solid effort from The Criterion Collection.
Light, colorful, raw emotion, and an improvised story based around a broad narrative — this is Jean-Luc Godard’s Pierrot le fou presented in a superb transfer from The Criterion Collection on Blu-ray Disc.