Today the Criterion Collection released a 306-page book full of the designs it has commissioned since 1984, including covers, supplemental art, concept art, and more. Criterion Designs is a coffee table book we can all believe in. Read more...
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Kino Lorber has been in the specialty DVD/Blu-ray business for years now, but while some labels make their home in niches based on genre (Scream Factory, Synapse Films) or ” important” films (Criterion Collection) Kino’s focus has been on quality world cinema both contemporary and classic. Show More Summary
Reviewed by Gordon Sullivan Quote: "Simply one of the great releases on home video, period."
Reviewed by Bill Gibron Quote: "Sundays and Cybele is great art. It's not always fair and plays dangerously with ideas a 2014 audience would never forgive, but as a straight forward assessment of individual need, it's stunning."
Barnes and Noble is taking 50% off their Criterion wares, so you should stock up. While you're at it, tell us what you're picking up. [Criterion] Read more...
Some of the best comedy movies have funny scenes that become the root of further hilarity. The Criterion Collection points out one such perfectly executed string of gags in Jacques Tati’s masterpiece Playtime.
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Reviewed by Daryl Loomis Quote: "The movie is as boisterous and full of life as the man who made it."
Back in 1991, the Criterion Collection released the three earliest James Bond movies on laserdisc: Dr. No, From Russia with Love, and Goldfinger. Like any Criterion release, these laserdiscs were flush with special features, including an assembled commentary track for each film hosted by Bruce Eder. Show More Summary
Reviewed by Daryl Loomis Quote: "What a great lesson in simplicity, the way that it builds tension with very little happening."
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Reviewed by Clark Douglas Quote: "There's no question that La Dolce Vita is one of the most significant films of Fellini's career, and Criterion's Blu-ray release does it justice."
Cheapest Ever Blu-ray CRITERION COLLECTION Horror!! SCANNERS!! DEVIL’S BACKBONE!! EYES WITHOUT A FACE!! UNINVITED!! KURONEKO!! Supercheap Blu ISLAND OF LOST SOULS, REPULSION, ROSEMARY’S BABY, CRONOS, HOUSE, GODZILLA & VIDEODROME!! Read...Show More Summary
Reviewed by Patrick Bromley Quote: "Ultimately, the 'answers' of what's going on don't matter -- it's the getting there that will cause nightmares."
Reviewed by Clark Douglas Quote: "A masterfully-crafted, soulful remake that matches and arguably eclipses its inspiration."
Reviewed by Mac McEntire Quote: "This is not a flawless adaptation of the "Scottish play." No such thing could ever exist. Instead, it's one of the best "Shakespeare for beginners" adaptations you'll find."
Video: Kogonada — at the Criterion Collection — made this brilliant compilation of the eyes in Alfred Hitchcock’s films, to the song of Anything can happen, and usually does… On the Orient Express by Rob Cawley. More »
“Eyes of Hitchcock” is a video created by Kogonada (see previously) for The Criterion Collection that explores how director Alfred Hitchcock used eyes to captivate audiences. music by Rob Cawley – “Anything can happen, and usually does… On the Orient Express” via Vimeo Staff Picks
Creepy cool Criterion Collection montage of the "Eyes of Hitchcock" films.