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Blu-ray Review: ‘Eyes Without A Face’ (1960) – The Criterion Collection


For those who enjoy horror infused with compelling ideas, Eyes Without A Face is a great selection Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘La Cage aux Folles’ – The Criterion Collection

La Cage Aux Folles BD

A lighthearted yet poignant look at conformity and acceptance that still resonates in today's world. Read More »

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: A Man Escaped (Criterion Collection)

Robert Bresson's seminal film A Man Escaped is now available in a two Disc set from Criterion. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Les visiteurs du soir – The Criterion Collection

A fascinating, bewitching work is given a superb Blu-ray transfer. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: La Haine – The Criterion Collection

Mathieu Kassovitz's violent, gritty drama looks great in high definition. Read More »

Movie Review: Let It Rain

Maybe Woody Allen could do something with this theme of professional jealousy by incompetents. Read More »

Movie Review: Mon oncle (1958)

Jacques Tati's silent-film-with-sound scolds the new, blows a kiss to the bygone. Read More »

DVD Review: Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles – The Criterion Collection

A challenging and patience-testing movie, with special features up to Criterion's high standards. Read More »

DVD Review: Last Year at Marienbad

An essential avant-garde masterpiece that gives you something you don't expect from an avant-garde masterpiece: sheer pleasure. Read More »