The Stack Holiday Gift Guide 2013 Part Four: Criterion Collection

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The Stack Holiday Gift Guide 2013 Part Four: Criterion Collection
There is NOTHING, and I mean NOTHING I love more present-wise than catching up on the Criterion Collection releases I may have missed throughout the year.

Here are some I want to especially recommend for the holidays and gift giving. Behold the wonder of Chaplin and Cassavettes. The Martin Scorsese World Cinema Project and the massive Zatoichi The Blind Swordsman box set. Grand upgrades from DVD to blu-ray include Autumn Sonata and Eyes Without A Face. First timers to blu-ray include Robert Altman's landmark seventies film Nashville, Elio Petri's magnificent Investigation Of A Citizen Above Suspicion and the whimsically weird and witty I Married A Witch. There is literally something for everyone in the Criterion Collection catalogue. 
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A River Called TitasA Woman Under The InfluenceAutumn SonataBox SetCharlie ChaplinCity LightsCriterion CollectionDave CanfieldDry SummerEurope 51Eyes Without A FaceFacesFredric MarchGena RowlandsGeorges FranjusI Married A WitchIngmar BergmanINgrid BergmanInvestigations of A Citizen Beyond SuspicionJohn Cassavetes Five FilmsJourney To ItalyLiv UllmannMartin Scorcese's World Cinema ProjectNashvilleOprning NightRedesRene ClairRobert AltmanRoberto RosselliniShadowsStromboliThe HousemaidThe Killing of A Chinese BookieThe StackTouki BoukiTrancesVeronica LakeZatoichi the Blind Swordsman

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