Criterion’s Blu-ray elegantly showcases the spartan beauty of Michael Radford’s chilling adaptation of 1984.
The actress discusses her connection to New York, working with director Daniel Sullivan, and more.
It may not be a neglected masterpiece, but this Blu-ray package certainly makes a case for it as a fascinating work by a visionary filmmaker.
It’s worth braving the winds of the harsh merciless world to obtain this upgrade of a stone-cold espionage classic.
The most elaborate and tortured of all cinematic fashion shows has never looked more ravishingly decadent.
It’s generally agreed that films fall into one of three categories: The Good, The Bad, and the So-Bad-It’s-Good.
Was it fate that John Hurt provided the narration for Ben Whishaw’s 2006 breakout, Perfume?
Without a doubt, this 2011 edition was the film festival experience of the year for me.
The body of Ray’s best work reveals a laudable consistency of viewpoint, thematic cohesion, and aesthetic distinctiveness.
Martin Ritt’s grim The Spy Who Came in from the Cold plays like an anti-thriller companion piece to the director’s acclaimed anti-western Hud.