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DVD Review: Pierre Etaix (Criterion Collection)


A comedian who worked with Bresson and Tati, Pierre Etaix made films influenced by both mentors, but with his own comic voice and social conscience. Read More »

DVD Review: “3:10 to Yuma” (1957) and “Jubal” (Criterion Collection)

The mythical American landscape in Jubal

With the release of a pair of classic Westerns, Criterion rightfully brings director Delmer Daves into the cinematic pantheon. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Sansho the Bailiff – The Criterion Collection


Though known by its original Japanese-language moniker in most of the world, Sanshô Dayû is usually referred to as Sansho the Bailiff Read More »

DVD Review: Richard lll (1955) – The Criterion Collection

Laurence Olivier's classic portrayal is restored for the Criterion Collection. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Repo Man – The Criterion Collection

This cult classic resonates with its dryly comic look at a society that has lost its soul. Read More »

DVD Review: Repo Man – The Criterion Collection

As interesting a movie to watch today as it was when first released - nothing dated or antique about this film. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Monsieur Verdoux – The Criterion Collection

A blackly comic gem from Chaplin's late period. Read More »

DVD Review: Monsieur Verdoux – The Criterion Collection

Accompanied by some fascinating extras, this controversial Charlie Chaplin classic just might gain new fans with this edition. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: A Man Escaped – The Criterion Collection

A prison break film set during World War II, based on the real-life imprisonment of André Devigny. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Badlands – The Criterion Collection

It’s been worth the wait for Terrence Malick's debut feature to be released on Blu-ray. Read More »