The documentary’s ethnographic bent is balanced out by a healthy dose of hard science.
Anderson’s strident, often uproarious, satire takes on a lot more than just the National Health.
Blue Underground presents Franco’s dreamy slice of lifestyle porn in a new 2K restoration.
Renoir’s film is an exquisite, idyllic ode to love and loss among the working classes.
Nelson’s rancorous revisionist western forces us to peer into the heart of an all-too-human darkness.
The maverick filmmaker discusses working with the tarot, the surrealist moviement, and more.
The film could stand as a fitting encapsulation of the themes that have run throughout Alejandro Jodorowsky’s work.
McKee’s disturbing satire about family values gone horribly awry gets a superlative new Blu-ray package.
Making its Blu-ray debut, Uchida’s film is a highly stylized ode to love and disorder.
Criterion gives new life to Kiarostami’s lovely, understated rumination on existential quandaries.
By all accounts, this should have been Paul Verhoeven’s Vera Cruz.
Sturges’s farce remains a canny deconstruction of romantic-comedy tropes.
Not for Publication and Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills are now available on Blu-ray for the first time.
This atmospheric marrying of fact and fiction still resonates with its themes of political corruption and abuse of power.
Reisz’s exceptional biopic cleverly avoids most of the pitfalls of the genre.
Castle’s film is a genuinely amusing jet-black comedy of (ill) manners disguised as an adventure yarn for young adults.
The film succeeds admirably both as a crackerjack crime thriller and as a moral exposé of human evil.
Herz’s incendiary film shines a light on one man’s ruthless quest for power.
This German expressionist masterpiece stomps its way onto Blu-ray with an astonishing 4K transfer and several choice extras.
Melville’s somber saga of the French Resistance gets a satisfyingly tweaked restoration from the Criterion Collection.