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Criterion Collection returns to Manderley with 'Rebecca'

Alfred Hitchcock’s only movie to win the Academy Award for best picture, “Rebecca” (1940) may not be the first film that leaps to mind when we think of the Master of Suspense’s signature achievements. But this precise and luxuriant rendition of Daphne du Maurier’s masterful gothic romance is still...

Cool Stuff: The Criterion Collection’s Biggest Box Set Ever Is ‘100 Years of Olympic Films’

The Criterion Collection is a fantastic, continuing series of important films released across the history of cinema. From influential classics to contemporary masterpieces, the Criterion Collection creates definitive editions of films...Show More Summary

Movies to Stream This Weekend: Rare Films Available—for Free—with a New York Public Library Card

Richard Brody recommends five films, some from the Criterion Collection, available to stream for free for New York Public Library card-holders.

Binge Criterion Collection With NY Library Card

Sick of feeling left out of the highfalutin film discussion? New York Public Library cardholders can now stream 30,000-plus movies—including the Criterion Collection—for free. In collaboration with on-demand service Kanopy, the NYPL offers […] The post Binge Criterion Collection With NY Library Card appeared first on

Upper-Class Ghost Lures Working Class Man With Sex in Kenji Mizoguchi's Masterpiece Ugetsu

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Part sensual ghost story and part cautionary tale about profiteering from war, Ugetsu is a stunning film. by Annie Wagner How to make love to a ghost without getting tired... The Criterion Collection Part sensual ghost story and part cautionary tale about profiteering from war, Ugetsu is a stunning film. Show More Summary

You can stream hundreds films online with a library card, including some from the iconic Criterion Collection

Is Netflix's selection not enough for you? Than you're in luck if you live in Los Angeles or New York City. In July, LA's public library announced that it would provide streaming of hundreds of films including access to films from The...Show More Summary

Anyone With A Library Card Can Now Stream Thousands Of Feature Films, Including The Entire Criterion Collection

In July, LAist announced that you could stream hundreds of movies from the Criterion Collection for free if you had a Los Angeles Public Library card. We immediately reached out to the New York Public Library inquiring about our ownShow More Summary

Albert Brooks and the Criterion Collection Invite You on a Road Trip to Hell

By Rob Hunter Plus 11 More New Releases to Watch This Week on Blu-ray/DVD! The article Albert Brooks and the Criterion Collection Invite You on a Road Trip to Hell appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Mimicking Being a Human Being: Michael Cera on “Person to Person” and “Lemon”

If I was asked what actors I’d like to see curate their own film festival, Michael Cera would be right at the top of my list. When invited by The Criterion Collection to name some of his favorite titles granted a pristine release by their company, Cera cited Abbas Kiarostami’s 1990 masterpiece, “Close-Up,” as a personal favorite. Show More Summary

Newswire: Criterion to complete Fire Walk With Me’s redemption with deluxe reissue

With all things Twin Peaks coming back in style, the Criterion Collection announced yesterday that it will be giving David Lynch’s feature-length series prequel Fire Walk With Me a deluxe reissue this coming October. Rather anti-climactically,...Show More Summary

Criterion’s October Collection Includes ‘Fire Walk With Me’ and ‘Vampyr’

We hope you’ve been saving up. The Criterion Collection just announced the titles that’ll be getting their prestigious home video treatment this coming October, and we’re happy to report that a handful of genre titles are on the slate… including a 4K restoration of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me! Criterion’s October collection includes: Vampyr […]

Anyone With An L.A. Public Library Card Can Stream The Criterion Collection

Stream hundreds of films from Criterion's unparalleled collection, for free. [ more › ]

James Ivory and the Making of a Historic Gay Love Story

In an interview for the 2004 Criterion Collection DVD of the first film by Merchant Ivory Productions, “The Householder” (1963), James Ivory and Ismail Merchant, gray-haired and wearing similar oxford shirts, sit together in a muralled room in their 1805 Federal-style house in Claverack, New York, and companionably bicker about how they met. Show More Summary

Ben Affleck’s DVD commentary on Armageddon is LOL

5 months agoHumor / odd :

For the past 33 years, The Criterion Collection has been “dedicated to gathering the greatest films from around the world and publishing them in editions that offer the highest technical quality and award-winning, original supplements” and includes films like The 400 Blows, Hoop Dreams, and Seven Samurai. Show More Summary

Cool Old Movie Review: Pauline Kael On Tampopo

5 months agoSports : Deadspin

This review originally appeared in the New Yorker and appears here with permission from the author’s estate. And be sure to cop the new Blu-ray edition of Tampopo from the Criterion Collection.    Read more...

Jacques Demy musicals 'Umbrellas of Cherbourg,' 'Rochefort' sing anew on Criterion

Best ’60s Jacques Demy musical: “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg” or “The Young Girls of Rochefort”? That’s a question to drive any cinephile mad with indecision, but thanks to Criterion Collection, which has released new editions of these two Michel Legrand-scored, Catherine Deneuve-starring classics,...

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