This edition boasts a strong collection of extras, but that can’t make up for the 4K scan’s imperfections.
Criterion outfits one of Ingmar Bergman’s most severe and ambitious films with a customarily gorgeous transfer.
The gorgeous 4k transfer rescues Huston’s cult classic from the grips of the public domain.
A once-in-a-generation cinematic poet leaves us with a hypnotic, quietly enchanting farewell testament, but Criterion doesn’t fully rise to the occasion in properly honoring it.
In both films, death both threatens to throw a society into disarray and serves as a possible corrective for corruption.
Criterion’s beautiful 4k transfer and an abundance of extras do justice to one of New Hollywood’s more complex and challenging social message movies.
With this beautiful and lively transfer, Criterion brings Elaine May’s neglected masterpiece of male alienation back to pulsating life.
The extras are superfluous, but the first-rate video transfer and superb, resonant audio promises to generate more fans of the remake.
An essential entry in early-‘80s independent American cinema, Suburbia receives a radical Blu-ray upgrade from Shout! Factory.
Notorious is a pivotal film in Alfred Hitchcock’s development as a master of romantic isolation.
No fan or cinephile’s knowledge of the giallo would be complete without seeing Luciano Ercoli’s film.
A strong audio-visual transfer makes the long-awaited arrival of Cristian Mungiu’s Palme d’Or winner to Blu-ray well worth the wait.
Guillermo del Toro’s gothic romance receives a significant packaging upgrade from Arrow Video.
This dynamic and balanced restoration makes a significant case for the film as one of the most moving and beautiful of unjustly neglected noirs.
Brian De Palma’s showy Vertigo tribute gets a significant A/V upgrade from Shout! Factory.
Samuel Fuller’s libido-fueled, feverishly stylized B western gets a lavish reincarnation on home video courtesy of Criterion.
The solid transfer will allow home viewers to fully experience Cattet and Forzani’s unrelenting, expressionistic assault on the senses.
This powerful apartheid drama still burns with outrage and conviction, and it receives an excellent A/V transfer from the Criterion Collection.
Ingmar Bergman’s Cinema may be exhaustive, but with all the indelible beauty it contains, it's never exhausting.
This beautifully detailed restoration will hopefully allow the film to enjoy the attention that's been accorded to other Mizoguchi masterworks.