A look at the long-anticipated Blu-ray release of William Friedkin's Sorcerer.
A look at Lars von Trier's masterwork, Breaking the Waves, out now on Criterion Blu-ray.
An attempt to modernize the story of the 47 Ronin turns this film into a cloudy mess, failing to stay true to the way of the samurai as it goes against the story's roots and tries to turn it into a fantasy blockbuster.
I wasn't a huge fan of Akira Kurosawa's The Hidden Fortress after my first viewing, but upon revisiting it with this wonderful new Blu-ray release I've found a new appreciation.
A look at Criterion's new Blu-ray release of Alfred Hitchcock's 1940 feature Foreign Correspondent.
I take a look at Criterion's new Blu-ray release of Francois Truffaut's Jules and Jim, a film deemed by many to be one of the best of all-time and one I would say is a masterclass in filmmaking, though not a personal favorite of mine.
Get ready for one of the very best heist films of all time as Criterion issues a new Blu-ray, high definition transfer of Jules Dassin's Rififi.
It has been six years since I first saw Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood so returning to watch it with the new Criterion Collection Blu-ray was definitely a treat.
Charlie Chaplin in City LightsNOTE: The image above is not a screen capture from this Blu-ray release.Charlie Chaplin's films have stood the test of time not necessarily because they are funny, at least not in today's terms of what classifies a film as a "comedy", but because the best of them are amusing, clever, witty,... Read more »
La Notte (1961) is the first film from Michelangelo Antonioni I've seen more than once. Outside of L'Eclisse and The Passenger, I've seen all of what I presume most would call his "classics" -- L'Avventura, Il Grido, Red Desert and Blow-Up -- though I'm no Antonioni scholar as much as I am a fan. His... Read more »