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Blu-ray Review: ‘Nashville’ – Criterion Collection


'Nashville' is not only one of the greatest films of decade filled with them, it is one of the greatest films ever made. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Combat! – The Complete Series’

Vic Morrow (r) with Sal Mineo

TV's longest-running WW2 series remains a landmark—not only for the consistent quality of the production over five seasons, but also for its influential use of movie-like techniques on a weekly episodic series. Read More »

Memories of Karen Black


A tribute to the bizarre and beautiful, independent and idiosyncratic cult legend. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Rashomon – The Criterion Collection

This restoration of Rashomon is inarguably the best that this classic archetype of cinema has looked. Read More »

DVD Review: Welcome to L.A.

Alan Rudolph's 1976 snoozer has been taken out of the mothballs for a DVD-R release. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: 3 Women — The Criterion Collection

A pleasantly hazy dream and a terrifying nightmare wrapped into one film. Read More »

Book Review: Robert Altman: The Oral Biography by Mitchell Zuckoff

“Stories don’t interest me. Basically I’m more interested in behavior. I don’t direct, I watch.” - Robert Altman Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Player (1992)

Eighteen years later and as relevant as ever. Read More »

DVD Review: Brewster McCloud

Can a young loner succeed as he pursues his dream to build wings and fly? Read More »

DVD Review: The James Dean Story

A dated but interesting documentary, on a film icon, from Robert Altman. Read More »