This week The Criterion Collection is releasing a new home video edition of Kon Ichikawa's magnificent documentary Tokyo Olympiad.
Buster Keaton's 1928 film, The Cameraman, is being released today by The Criterion Collection. It's a stacked edition that does the film justice with a new 4K restoration and goes into the story behind this pivotal -- perhaps even tragic -- moment in Keaton's career.
Paul Dano's large-hearted debut film, Wildlife, is an exceptional adaptation of Richard Ford's 1990 novel of the same name. The Criterion Collection recently released this on home video, and I highly recommend it.
John Cassavetes divisive 1970 film Husbands looks at three men struggling with their mortality and with the roles they play as husbands. Is it a misogynistic relic from fifty years ago, or is it a surprisingly progressive look at the ugly roles men play that wreck everyone, including themselves.
The Criterion Collection recently released a home video edition of George Marshall's 1939 western, Destry Rides Again, starring James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich.
Recently, The Criterion Collection released a home video edition of James Whale's wonderful 1936 musical Show Boat.
John M. Stahl's Leave Her to Heaven is a masterpiece. The Criterion Collection released a home video edition today, and it's definitely one to pick up.
This week The Criterion Collection released Jennie Livingston's Paris Is Burning.
Hiroshi Teshigahara's Antonio Gaudí, his 1984 film that explores the work of the great architect, was a wonderful surprise to me! It's now out on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.
This week The Criterion Collection is releasing Pier Paolo Pasolini's Teorema, from 1968. It's an elusive film, and I never know if I love it or hate it . . . which means it's a film I love to revisit.