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Listen: DJPuppy - “Ha Ha”

JEROME's latest Criterion Collection release, the little sis to their extensive Mixfile Series, stretches out and settles in, softly, c/o Los Angeles's DJPuppy. Cinematic samples and sounds of sun-bleached suburban sprawl feel like an empty house, where films still play on low in the living room all afternoon. In the kitchen, a tall glass of milk wobbles and tips.

Criterion’s FilmStruck Service Adds Rock ’n’ Roll High School, Death Race 2000 for January

The Criterion Collection and Turner Classic Movies have announced the new movies coming to their FilmStruck streaming service in January. Among the films being added specifically to FilmStruck’s Criterion Channel are Todd Haynes’s Safe,...Show More Summary

The Film That Yields Nothing on a Second Viewing—or a First

The Web site for the home-entertainment company Criterion has a feature in which well-known fans list their favorite works from the collection. Unsurprisingly, given that Criterion tends to attract obsessives, there’s an emphasis onShow More Summary

Classic Films on Blu-ray: December 13, 2016

This week we have some interesting new classic films and cult classics released on Blu-ray. First up are the Criterion Collection releases of "The Asphalt Jungle" and Federico Fellini's... For more, visit our blog !

See the Criterion Collection Cover Art for Richard Linklater’s ‘Before’ Trilogy

Last month we got the very welcome news that Richard Linklater‘s Before trilogy would be joining the Criterion Collection. While the director’s Slacker, Dazed and Confused, and Boyhood are all part of the lineup already, it took Criterion a while to get around to tackling this one. Show More Summary

Laurie Anderson's 'Heart of a Dog' finds a home at Criterion Collection

Laurie Anderson’s “Heart of a Dog,” her first film in nearly three decades, is a wondrously personal and ruminative work — a collage of musings on memory, language, grief and post-9/11 malaise, all refracted through a loving tribute to the director’s dearly departed rat terrier, Lolabelle. It is...

FilmStruck Launches on Apple!

FilmStruck, the service that makes available the largest streaming library of contemporary and classic arthouse, indie, foreign and cult films and is the exclusive streaming home to the Criterion Collection, is now available on Apple TV. Show More Summary

A Self-Bundling Service for Cinephiles

On November 11th, Hulu lost the Criterion Collection. The library of more than eleven hundred classic, foreign, and art-house films had been my main reason for subscribing to the popular on-demand video service, back in 2013, and I discovered...Show More Summary

FilmStruck: New streaming service from Criterion Collection and Turner

Turner Broadcasting and the Criterion Collection are joining forces to launch a movie-streaming TV service.        

Richard Linklater’s ‘Before’ Trilogy Is Getting a Criterion Collection Box Set

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Three of the best romance movies of all time make up what is known as Richard Linklater‘s Before Trilogy. Released over 18 years, the films Before Sunrise (1995), Before Sunset (2004) and Before Midnight (2013) reveal the love storyShow More Summary

Cutting the Cord: FilmStruck makes eclectic streaming debut

Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection have a new streaming movie service.        

Criterion Collection Launches Streaming Service To Show The Good Stuff Netflix Doesn’t

3 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

FilmStruck, a joint venture of Criterion and the cable channel Turner Classic movies, will concentrate on foreign and independent features and documentaries as well as titles from the two partners’ libraries. “It won’t be a clearing house; the keyword here is ‘curation,’ with new titles rotated in and out each week.”

Newly-Launched 'Netflix for Classic Movies' Is Sort Of a Trainwreck

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Turner Classic Movies’ new streaming service FilmStruck launched today and immediately broke. With the loss of the Criterion Collection on Hulu, the service was inundated with so many new members, it couldn’t take the heat. As Gizmodo...Show More Summary

FilmStruck Streaming Service Places a Big Bet on Cinephiles

Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection hope FilmStruck appeals to viewers who want to supplement other streaming services or cable.

Time Warner just launched a Netflix for diehard movie fans — featuring the Criterion Collection (NFLX, TWX)

For all the riches of Netflix's original content and TV shows, its movie catalog leaves a lot to be desired. Netflix's selection of the top movies ever made, at least by IMDB ratings, has gone down in the last two years by a substantial amount. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: See how Criterion turned its Guillermo del Toro set into an evil puzzle box

The ostensible reason to invest in a Criterion Collection edition of a movie is its reference-quality audio and video, its thoughtful critical notes, and its surplus of supplemental documentaries and commentaries. But another huge part of it is the thrill of seeing its cover, which reliably reimagines the accompanying movie’s themes and images. Show More Summary

How to Get the Most Out of the Criterion Collection Before It Leaves Hulu

After five years on Hulu Plus, the Criterion Collection will jump ship from the streaming service on November 11. The impeccably curated selection of films will be moving to FilmStruck, a new joint venture with Turner Classic Movies that promises themed programming, bonus features, and other attempts to justify yet another ... More »

FilmStruck's stuck; streamer's launch delayed until November

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A new subscription streaming service from Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection won't be launching on Wednesday as planned. FilmStruck announced Tuesday in a statement that it was delaying its widely publicized launch until an unspecified time in November. Show More Summary

FilmStruck aims to bring the art house into your living room

FilmStruck, a new subscription streaming service to launch Wednesday by Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection hopes to fill what's been a giant void in the supposedly glorious age of streaming. The plentiful options on Netflix, Amazon and Hulu (where Criterion was previously housed) have been terrific for all kinds of watching, just not great cinema. [...]Show More Summary

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