Frances Ha is a quirky romantic comedy with a cinematic style right out of the French New Wave playbook
The classic haunted house horror of 1944′s The Uninvited still holds up in this beautiful restoration from the Criterion Collection
The Spy Who Came in from the Cold is a dark Cold War thriller from the 60s arriving on Blu-ray with a satisfying transfer from Criterion
Ophüls takes a romantic novella and makes a drama of coincidences into a compelling film with The Earrings of Madame de…
A mid-career masterpiece from noted Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman, Autumn Sonata is his only collaboration with legendary star Ingrid Bergman. A tense, introspective family drama is given superb camera work by Sven Nyquist.
Ang Lee’s atmospheric family drama The Ice Storm arrives on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection
Shoah, the Holocaust, is Claude Lanzmann’s epic rendering of the horror of the Nazi death camps, recalled by survivors, bystanders, and perpetrators. This nearly 10-hour set of four films took 11 years to complete and stands apart from any previous or subsequent efforts to tell the tragic story of man’s inhumanity to man.
A brilliant, often disturbing film by director Vlacil, the amazing cinematography displays violence and brutality that is offset by an incredible cinematic story. Understandably this is the Czech film of all time.
John Frankenheimer and Rock Hudson prove you can’t escape from yourself in this provocative 60s thriller.
A brilliant cinematic recreation of the 1968 political riots in Chicago, writer/director/cinematographer Haskell Wexler delivers a powerful film that transcends its era.