The post-World War II anti-nuclear classic Gojira arrives on Blu-ray in a Criterion Collection edition alongside the reworked American version with a healthy dose of worthwhile supplements along for the ride.
This stylish and quirky yakuza action film gets the Criterion treatment on Blu-ray and is a must-see for fans of the genre.
A superb visual statement from Seijun Suzuki, Tokyo Drifter is a classic of the yakuza genre that looks absolutely splendid in this Criterion package.
Legendary Polish directory Kieslowski receives deluxe Criterion treatment of his Colors trilogy. The camera work is intimate and the performances, hors de concours.
Wes Anderson’s quirky and heartfelt comedy Rushmore comes to Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection with pretty much the same transfer and supplements from their previous DVD release intact.
A grand British Technicolor classic from what was arguably cinema’s greatest year, 1939, The Four Feathers is a must for any true film lover.
The controversial film arrives in an excellent transfer from Criterion Collection and a superb set of extra features.
This classic Japanese horror film laid the groundwork for films like The Ring and it arrives in a Criterion Collection Blu-ray release that is a bit barebones and doesn’t quite spin the kind of magic we’re used to seeing from the studio.
Claude Chabrol’s second feature, Les cousins, was a mirror image of his first, Le beau Serge. More successful than the former, the complex morality play that mixed elements of farce, romance, thriller, and film noir would go on to help define and vindicate the nouvelle vague.
Claude Chabrol’s first feature film, Le beau Serge, launched the nouvelle vague and showed his mastery as a director from the beginning. It’s a poignant look at the struggles of the working class, far from the glitz and glamor of the big city, shot in stark black and white and natural light.