Kon’s landmark feat of Japanese animation at last receives a home-video release worthy of its beauty.
This release is an improvement over Criterion’s 2004 DVD release, but it’s still more than a bit off-key.
Criterion updates their old package with further context around the film’s heady investigation of ancient witchcraft.
Lang’s gorgeous, action-packed films pour new thematic wine into charmingly old-fashioned narrative bottles.
This release of Rivette’s singular take on the story of Joan of Arc boasts an impeccable transfer of the new 4K restoration.
An exhaustive array of special features helps make up for a merely adequate audio-visual presentation of this Hitchcockian Ozploitation gem.
Criterion’s long-awaited foray into pre-code dramas shines a spotlight on a strange and emotionally rich gem.
This gnarly, amazing, quasi-hypocritical action thriller has been outfitted with an improved transfer and a superb bounty of extras.
Synapse takes what was already arguably the best single-title home-video release of 2018 and makes it exponentially more essential.
Allan Arkush’s anarchic ode to rock ‘n’ roll rebellion gets a major 4K upgrade as well as some choice new supplements.
Siegel’s ultracool heist film comes to Blu-ray with an exquisite transfer and several top-shelf extras.
Don’t let’s ask for the moon. We have Criterion’s dazzling new restoration of Now, Voyager.
Criterion’s superb presentation lends this modest little film some well-deserved prestige.
Criterion’s release captures the icy-hot intensity and meticulous beauty of Pawlikowski’s shamelessly grandiose romance.
This is one of the rare American films to give dramatic heft to the strategic challenges and mortal stakes of labor organizing.
This release leaves a bit to be desired in terms of extras, but the dazzling transfer and beautiful packaging are second to none.
Criterion celebrates a milestone with one of its most impressive packages to date.
A new audio commentary offers ample justification of the film’s enduring legacy.
This stylish and visually intelligent thriller has been preserved beautifully by Kino Lorber.
This release attests to the enduring power of Gast’s documentary.