The Criterion Collection has released the trailer for their upcoming Godzilla box set, which not only marks the 1000th released in the collection, but contains 15 classic Godzilla movies on 8 Blu-rays.
The Criterion Collection has revealed its titles for December 2019, with new editions of Ronald Neame‘s Tunes of Glory, Stephen Roberts‘ The Story of Temple Drake, Wim Wenders‘ Until the End of the World, and Kelly Reichardt‘s Old Joy.
Despite this notable lack of features, I’m happy to have this in my collection regardless, however until a special edition comes out, The Last Black Man in San Francisco is a film that’s best suited for a digital purchase
Arrow Video has revealed their Blu-ray titles for the U.S. in September, which include Wes Craven‘s The Hills Have Eyes 2, Aldo Lado‘s Who Saw Her Die?, Carl Colpaert‘s In The Aftermath, Clive Barker‘s Hellraiser, Tony Randel‘s Hellbound: Hellraiser
As someone mildly obsessed with this time in New York’s history, I was already drawn to Cruising, but the fantastic remaster and commentary make this a must-buy despite the other bonus content being somewhat scant.
The Criterion Collection announced its November 2019 lineup, which includes new Blu-ray releases of Greg Mottola‘s The Daytrippers, Jean-Jacques Beineix‘s Betty Blue, Paweł Pawlikowski‘s Cold War,Joseph L. Mankiewicz‘s All About Eve, and Irving Rapper‘s Now, Voyager.
The Criterion Collection is going all-out for their 1000th release with a massive Godzilla box set featuring 15 films over 8 discs. The gorgeous looking set will be released on October 29th, you can take a look below for all the details.
It was a joy revisiting this quintessential ’80s film, and while it doesn’t hold up as well as some other classics of the decade, Arrow did a great job restoring it and presenting a lovingly crafted package celebrating this piece of comedy history in a definitive edition.
The Criterion Collection has announced the lineup for their October 2019 offerings, which include 3 silent films by Josef von Sternberg, Benjamin Christensen‘s silent classic Haxan, Leon Gast‘s When We Were Kings, and John Sayles‘ Matewan.
Packed to the brim with an overwhelming amount of music, John A. Alonzo’s comedy FM plays like the Baby-Boomer version of Rock ‘n’ Roll High School (released a year later), though it carries only a fraction of the same energy.
Arrow Video has announced their lineup for July 2019, with new releases of John A. Alonzo‘s FM, Kathryn Bigelow‘s The Loveless, Mitchell Leisen‘s Hold Back The Dawn, Christopher Webster‘s The Chill Factor, and John Hughes‘ Weird Science.