Samuel Fuller’s libido-fueled, feverishly stylized B western gets a lavish reincarnation on home video courtesy of Criterion.
Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema may be exhaustive, but with all the indelible beauty it contains, it’s never exhausting.
Criterion’s spare but beautifully detailed restoration will hopefully allow the film to enjoy the attention that’s been accorded to other Kenji Mizoguchi masterworks.
The will to view films of the past, and the infrastructure to support this spectatorship, is alive and well.
Criterion continues its heroic restoration of Orson Welles’s lost and unappreciated masterpieces with this extraordinarily beautiful presentation of The Magnificent Ambersons.
This beautiful standalone release presents a more wallet-friendly option than Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema to owning one of the director’s finest early works.
Criterion’s impeccable 4K restoration ensures that this is the definitive home-video experience of Billy Wilder’s classic comedy.
David Byrne’s affectionate comedy of funhouse Americana is one of the most ahead-of-its-time films of the 1980s.