Paramount’s newly remastered 4K transfer ensures that the film looks better than it ever has on home video.
Sturges’s farce remains a canny deconstruction of romantic-comedy tropes.
The film is one of the most influential and beautiful of all American sci-fi horror epics.
Criterion offers an invaluable reference guide for lovers of the groundbreaking stage musical.
Criterion’s release of Noah Baumbach’s latest is built to last.
Not for Publication and Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills are now available on Blu-ray for the first time.
With its precisely lit interiors, sweeping landscapes, and penetrating close-ups, this is a film in which every pixel truly matters.
This set is a must-own for even casual fans of Laurel and Hardy.
Klimov’s unbelievable vision of the agonizing hell of war is preserved in all its nightmarish beauty on this release.
At his best, Mazursky dramatized how sociopolitics informed American domestic life, deftly evading preaching.
This atmospheric marrying of fact and fiction still resonates with its themes of political corruption and abuse of power.
The miniseries exists somewhere beyond the boundaries of normal taste, in a realm where sheer muchness is its own reward.
Criterion outfits one of Cassavetes’s greatest and most daring films with a stunning transfer and updated supplements.
This Blu-ray comes with an impressive array of extras not found in Criterion’s 100 Years of Olympics box set.
Reisz’s exceptional biopic cleverly avoids most of the pitfalls of the genre.
Enyedi’s playful rumination on a turning point in Europe’s history gets a gorgeous transfer from Kino.
Criterion welcomes Arzner into its collection with an excellent 4K transfer of this rollicking stage drama.
One of the greatest films of the Soviet era receives a superlative 2K restoration that fully enshrines its spellbinding visual beauty.
Dano’s contemplative period piece receives a wonderful Blu-ray transfer and handful of illuminating extras.
This beautiful restoration of five early Scorsese films allows one to savor the development and rise of an iconic auteur.