I was not a fan of Fellini Satyricon, but Criterion has put together a wonderful package for fans of the film and Fellini fans in general.
The first time I saw Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now back in 2008 I wasn't so much a fan, but I have to admit this new Criterion Collection Blu-ray release has caused me to find a much greater appreciation for the 1973 film.
An exploration of the Nightcrawler audio commentary on the new Blu-ray release featuring writer/director Dan Gilroy with his brothers Tony and John Gilroy.
Perhaps the deleted and extended scenes on the Blu-ray disc for Fury will allow you a greater appreciation of this WWII tank thriller.
Preston Sturges knew how to make a romantic comedy and his 1942 classic The Palm Beach Story is a supreme example. Here's a review of the new Blu-ray release of the movie from the Criterion Collection.
Guy Maddin's My Winnipeg is hardly a film I was immediately open to, almost rejecting it entirely after only 30 minutes, but I stuck with it and grew in my appreciation and this new Criterion Blu-ray release makes it all the easier to do so.
Shout Factory brings one of the best Stephen King adaptations home to Blu-ray with brand new features including an audio commentary with writer/director George A. Romero.
Criterion's new Blu-ray release of Federico Fellini's classic La Dolce Vita is an absolute must own for fans of classic cinema, complete with new features and a rich and textured new transfer that makes it seem as if you are seeing it for the first time.
Roman Polanski's Macbeth carries the weight of being the first film he made following the death of his wife, Sharon Tate, but it also carries the distinction of being an excellent adaptation all around and Criterion has done a wonderful job giving it new life.
Finding gems such as Out of the Past are what make this job rewarding and I whole-heartedly suggest any fan of film noir or one looking for an iconic femme fatale considering adding this one to their collection.