This week, The Criterion Collection released a new 4K restoration of The Complete Monterey Pop Festival, which includes D.A. Pennebaker's landmark documentary Monterey Pop, as well as loads of extra material, documentaries, and outtakes.
Trevor looks at George Cukor's The Philadelphia Story, recently released on home video by The Criterion Collection.
Trevor reviews Donna Deitch's landmark 1985 film, Desert Hearts.
This week, The Criterion Collection is releasing a loaded home video of Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon.
This week, The Criterion Collection is releasing Agnieszka Smoczynska 2015 horror musical, The Lure.
This week, The Criterion Collection has released Kelly Reichardt's 2016 film Certain Women. The film, based on three short stories by Maile Meloy, is an immediate favorite here.
This week The Criterion Collection is releasing Sacha Guitry's 1951 film La poison, starring the great Michel Simon. Trevor reviews the film.
This week, The Criterion Collection is releasing a new edition of Ronald Neame's Cold War spy comedy/thriller Hopscotch, starring Walter Matthau as a rogue agent out to pester and taunt the CIA. Trevor takes a look.
Journey into the Zone with The Criterion Collection's breathtaking presentation of Andrei Tarkovsky's metaphysical masterpiece, Stalker.
After falling in love with cinema, playwright Marcel Pagnol began adapting his plays for the screen, starting with Marius, a play about desire and the forces that pull us home and abroad. He soon followed this up with sequels Fanny and César, forming the remarkable Marseille Trilogy. The Criterion Collection has just released this trilogy in a lovely box set.