There doesn’t seem to be much standing in the way of the triumph of the red, white, and blue neo-Juggalo.
John Williams is in no danger of winning, but a case could be made for any of the other four.
We count down Janet’s 25 greatest songs, from her most iconic hits to her least heralded cult favorites.
We were so sure that last year’s Oscars would be the last Oscars. Okay, not really.
Somewhere along the way, this release turned out to be a mere carbon copy.
Synapse takes what was already arguably the best single-title home-video release of 2018 and makes it exponentially more essential.
Don’t let’s ask for the moon. We have Criterion’s dazzling new restoration of Now, Voyager.
The film gets a sterling Blu-ray transfer and a satisfyingly comprehensive slate of bonus features.
Criterion’s new Blu-ray for Waters’s transitional masterpiece gave us ants in our pants.
Kino’s transfer highlights the alluring beauty of Thorold Dickinson’s gothic horror classic.
By the measure of the films it includes alone, this set is a must-own.
The film was a decisive turning point for Sirk, kicking off a beloved string of loopy ‘50s melodramatic masterpieces.
With this extraordinary transfer, Criterion honors the profound hothouse intensity of Spike Lee’s greatest film.
Time may have been surprisingly kind to Cruising, but that’s at least in part because it’s also been slow to be kind to the LGBT community.
Jane Campion upends staid genre convention with an impressionistic approach to character.
The contestants in Simon’s temperate portrait are openly, if not quite unapologetically, what-you-see-is-what-you-get.
The magnificent transfer further deepens the emotional resonance of Leni’s strange, transfixing, and compassionate film.
No one is okay with the Academy Awards the way they are, and everyone seems sure that they know how to fix them.
The industry’s existential crisis has polluted this race so thoroughly that it feels eerily similar to the 2016 election cycle all over again.
This season, Hollywood is invested in celebrating the films they love while dodging the cultural bullets coming at them from every angle.