Criterion collects Michael Haneke's first features, which form a rewardingly challenging triptych.
Randolph Scott Lee Van Cleef, James Coburn, Henry Silva, and Claude Akins star in these five outstanding films.
Wayne Wang directs Laureen Chew, Kim Chew and Victor Wong in a gently stirring family drama.
Plus: 'Nanny' and 'Tod Browning's Sideshow Shockers.'
Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis star; Ridley Scott directed. An American studio masterpiece has never looked better.
Let's start with a little dim sum before night falls and dreams begin. In August 2023, The Criterion Collection will release Wayne Wang's Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart on Blu-ray and Akira Kurosawa's Dreams in 4K, which makes...
Robert Townsend directed the independent Black comedy, first released in 1987, and now on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.
Yes, I know I'm late, I'm late to a very important date, but yet, there is still plenty of time for all physical-media devotees to smash piggybanks, turn over mattresses, and otherwise plan June 2023 orders from The Criterion Collection,...
Available from The Criterion Collection, director Terry Gilliam's ambitious and pricey yarn stars Sarah Polley, Eric Idle, and John Neville.
Samuel L. Jackson and Jurnee Smollett star in Kasi Lemmons' mysterious family drama, set in America's Deep South.
Scorsese's Film Foundation once again teams with Criterion for another round of newly restored films of global significance.
Jane Campion's revisionist Netflix Western stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Kodi Smit-McPhee, and Jesse Plemons.
Early verité film by Sean Baker and Shih-Ching Tsou is a pressure cooker for a Chinese undocumented immigrant.
The Criterion Collection has always put acclaimed filmmakers first. so let's talk about Mai Zetterling and Michael Haneke first. In December 2022, Criterion will be releasing three films from each filmmaker. Michael Haneke: Trilogy collects the first three he directed:...
Ronald Bronstein, longtime Josh and Benny Safdie collaborator, directed an outburst of desperation and frustration, now on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.
Joachim Trier's unique award-winning jaunt of the heart comes home.
Paris is arguably the most romanticized city in the world, and no wonder, given the music, the wine, the food, and the stereotype of all of these things being enjoyed by all citizens all the time. Much of early 20th...
Los Angeles, 1948. The war is over and we won. That, though, is past. Victory euphoria? Fading, fading quickly. For some, particularly the alienated veterans of classic Film Noir, they’ve survived the fire only to have landed in an altogether different frying pan. What’s the opposite...
Brian De Palma's 'Blow Out' should blow everyone away in 4K, as should new editions of Henri-Georges Clouzot's 'Le Corbeau' and Martin Scorsese's World Cinema Project.
Joseph Losey deftly directs Alain Delon in this uniquely noir-esque historical fiction.