Tag: criterion-collection

Dr. Strangelove - The Criterion Collection Review

The Criterion Collection returns to the War Room with this re-issue of the Kubrick classic.

Overlord - The Criterion Collection Review

Timed for release on the anniversary of D-Day, Criterion offer up Stuart Cooper's poignant war film on UK Blu-ray.

Criterion coming the UK

At long last, one the greatest labels in the world is coming to the UK!

Seconds (Criterion Collection) Review

Criterion rescues one of the sixties' finest, a strange, experimental masterpiece on identity and longing

Criterion Announce May Line-Up (US)

Five new Criterion Blu-rays for May.

The Criterion Collection: Eclipse Series 10: Silent Ozu Review

Criterion Eclipse release their second set of Ozu films, this time three early silent comedies. John White appreciates the beginnings of a master film-maker...

Late Ozu Review

Criterion release their 3rd eclipse boxset containing five of the last films of Yasujiro Ozu. We consider the sanguine reveries about changing times...

Sansho the Bailiff (Criterion) Review

Criterion have got around to the second of their Mizoguchi releases, the truly resplendent Sansho Dayu. John reviews the recently released R1 disc. <br/>

Brute Force: Criterion Collection Review

<i>Brute Force</i>, starring Burt Lancaster and directed by Jules Dassin in 1947, is a violent, influential combination of film noir and prison picture, given a fine release by Criterion. Gary Couzens reviews the Region 1 release.

The Naked City: Criterion Collection Review

"There are eight million stories in the Naked City - this has been one of them." Directed by Jules Dassin in 1948, <i>The Naked City</i> was a groundbreaking mixture of documentary and police procedural thriller. Gary Couzens reviews the Region 1 release from Criterion.

Bicycle Thieves: Criterion Collection Review

Criterion release a wonderful 2-disc edition of Vittorio de Sica's neorealist classic, one of the most important films ever made. Noel Megahey reviews.

Late Spring (Criterion Collection) Review

Noel Megahey reviews the Criterion Collection 2-disc edition of Yasujiro Ozu's classic 1949 film - a typically perceptive and moving account of family relationships, this time between a widowed father and his unmarried daughter - and compares it to the Tartan Region 2 edition.

The Man Who Fell to Earth: Criterion Edition Review

Gary Couzens has reviewed Criterion's Region 1 release of <i>The Man Who Fell to Earth</i>, Nicolas Roeg's cult science fiction film from 1976. This DVD is pretty near definitive, with two discs and even a paperback copy of the original novel included.