Tag: Criterion Collection

Film, Spinning Discs

Spinning Discs: Scream and Shout

Every horror fan's a winner this Halloween....

Film, Spinning Discs

Spinning Discs: Blu Is the New “Black”

Saddle up for Criterion Collection Blu-rays including The Black Stallion....

Film

Spinning Discs: All the Trimmings

Helen Mirren serves up Criterions and killer shrews, with a side of Ghibli, on home video....

Film, Spinning Discs

Spinning Discs: A Hard Day’s Sale

Fab Four and more as B&N's Criterion sale ends today....

Film, Spinning Discs

Spinning Discs: Mad Worlds

Looking at comics, comedians, classics, and chaos....

Film, Spinning Discs

Spinning Discs: In With the New

Have a Riddick-ulous new year....

Film, Spinning Discs

Spinning Discs: Rebel Yell

James Dean, Linda Lovelace, and other outsiders....

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: Criterion Collection – To Be Or Not To Be

Criterion Collection turns a classic of screwball comedy into a must-have Blu-ray disc....

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: H.G. Wells’ “Things To Come”

Disguised as an epic sci-fi tale of humanity's fall and rise, Things To Come has a darker, unsettling agenda....

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “B” Is for “Blob”

And more movies oozing onto home video....

Exit Lines, Theatre

Exit Lines: Popdose Goes To The Theatre

Jake Gyllenhaal is thrilled to see Popdose cover theatuh again....

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: Criterions for Sale

Half off at Barnes & Noble. Get your Godzilla on. (For the kids, Brave.)...

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: “A Night to Remember”

Criterion refloats the 1958 Titanic classic. ...

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Reviews: Stocking Stuffers

Blast off into the holidays with The Rocketeer and other recent releases....

Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: Criterions for Sale

Get Something Wild, and much, much more, as Criterion's biannual Barnes & Noble sale ends today....

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A Few Qwik Thoughts on the Netflix Split

Netflix's run of befuddling PR moves continues with the launch of Qwikster....

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Blu-ray Reviews, Film

Blu-ray Review: An Accent on Terror

The French classic Diabolique and the Korean thriller I Saw the Devil will tingle spines in any language....

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Popdose 2010: Tangled Up in Blu, or Notable DVDs, Etc., of the Year

Bob Cashill discusses the state of the market, and ticks off a few top releases, but mostly just spotlights this pic from The Green...

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: Criterionpalooza 2010

Happy holidays, David Bowie...and to all a good last-day sale as Barnes and Noble's Criterion Collection blowout winds down. Bob Cashill...

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: A “Bigger Than Life” Criterion Roundup

Once again Popdose didn’t send me to Cannes, and I imagine Toronto, Venice, and Telluride are off my itinerary. (If you think it should,...

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: “Revanche” is a Disc Best Served Cold

Note to self: Sentiment outranks everything else when picking a Best Foreign Language Film winner in the Oscar pool. I’m not-so-secretly...

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: “Roberto Rossellini’s War Trilogy”

Roberto Rossellini’s status as a father of neorealism is eclipsed by his notoriety as the father of Isabella Rossellini. His adulterous...

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: Revisiting “Paris, Texas”

1984 was a great year for foreign-language and independent cinema in the U.S. Off the top of my head I can recall seeing the following at...

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DVD Review: A Second Look at “Gomorrah”

The Criterion Collection has an agreement with IFC Films to put some of its more noteworthy acquisitions on DVD, and so we have Matteo...

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DVD Review: Robert Redford in “Downhill Racer”

After a more than a decade in Hollywood 33-year-old Robert Redford broke through as a major star in 1969’s smash hit Butch Cassidy and...

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DVD Reviews, Film

DVD Review: “Jeanne Dielman,” a Woman Out of Time

A 201-minute Belgian film described as a “domestic 2001” could inspire reams of pretentious criticism, but I found Jeanne...