john-cassavetes

Cri Life: A monthly column about the Criterion Collection's UK releases

This month's column reviews Husbands, Scorsese Shorts, and Dance, Girl, Dance.

Too Late Blues Review

Jazz on a summer's day as John Cassavetes' studio picture comes to MoC Dual Format

The Killing of a Chinese Bookie in July

BFI announce the final title in their Cassavetes collection.

Opening Night in May

The BFI's Cassavetes Collection continues...

A Woman Under the Influence (BFI) in September

The next release from the BFI's John Cassavetes collection...

BFI announces The John Cassavetes Collection

The BFI announces plans to release five films by John Cassavetes as Dual Format Editions this year...

A Child is Waiting Review

Teacher Judy Garland clashes with principal Burt Lancaster in a children's home in <i>A Child is Waiting</i>, directed by John Cassavetes in 1963. Gary Couzens reviews the UK Region 2 disc from Optimum.

Husbands (Extended Cut) (R1) in August

This drama from director John Cassavetes comes to R1 DVD in August...

The John Cassavetes Collection Review

Anthony Nield takes individual looks at the five films contained in Optimum's Region 2 <i>The John Cassavetes Collection</i> boxed set, each of which is backed up by superb presentations and some notable extras.

Shadows Review

Anthony Nield reviews <i>Shadows</i>, the first title in Optimum's John Cassavetes boxed set.

Faces Review

Anthony Nield takes a look at <i>Faces</i>, the second film to be featured in Optimum's <i>The John Cassavetes Collection</i>.

A Woman Under the Influence Review

Anthony Nield takes a look at <i>A Woman Under the Influence</i>, the third film to feature on Optimum's <i>The John Cassavetes Collection</i> boxed set.

The Killing of a Chinese Bookie Review

Anthony Nield takes a look at the 1978 version of <i>The Killing of a Chinese Bookie</i>, included as part of Optimum's <i>The John Cassavetes Collection</i> boxed set.

The Killing of a Chinese Bookie Review

Anthony Nield reviews the 1976 version of <i>The Killing of a Chinese Bookie</i>, released on home video in the UK for the first time as part of Optimum's <i>The John Cassavetes Collection</i> boxed-set.

Opening Night Review

Anthony Nield reviews <i>Opening Night</i>, the final film in Optimum's <i>The John Cassavetes Collection</i> boxed set.