Criterion outfits one of Cassavetes’s greatest and most daring films with a stunning transfer and updated supplements.
With this beautiful and lively transfer, Criterion brings Elaine May’s neglected masterpiece of male alienation back to pulsating life.
Criterion’s beautiful assemblage of all things Killers-related remains a vital packaging of several flawed, intense, historically notable noirs.
So long as there are men in power who are still fuzzy on the definition of rape, Rosemary’s Baby will endure as a cautionary tale.
There are simply too many amazing films—thousands, really—that could occupy every slot on this list just as confidently as the ones that are here.