Is it really a bomb or a classic?
Every horror fan’s a winner this Halloween.
Saddle up for Criterion Collection Blu-rays including The Black Stallion>.
Helen Mirren serves up Criterions and killer shrews, with a side of Ghibli, on home video.
Fab Four and more as B&N’s Criterion sale ends today.
Looking at comics, comedians, classics, and chaos.
Have a Riddick-ulous new year.
James Dean, Linda Lovelace, and other outsiders.
Criterion Collection turns a classic of screwball comedy into a must-have Blu-ray disc.
Disguised as an epic sci-fi tale of humanity’s fall and rise, Things To Come has a darker, unsettling agenda.
And more movies oozing onto home video.
Jake Gyllenhaal is thrilled to see Popdose cover theatuh again.
Half off at Barnes & Noble. Get your Godzilla on. (For the kids, Brave.)
Criterion refloats the 1958 Titanic classic.
Blast off into the holidays with The Rocketeer and other recent releases.
Get Something Wild, and much, much more, as Criterion’s biannual Barnes & Noble sale ends today.
Netflix’s run of befuddling PR moves continues with the launch of Qwikster.
The French classic Diabolique and the Korean thriller I Saw the Devil will tingle spines in any language.
Bob Cashill discusses the state of the market, and ticks off a few top releases, but mostly just spotlights this pic from The Green Slime (Warner Archive).
Happy holidays, David Bowie…and to all a good last-day sale as Barnes and Noble’s Criterion Collection blowout winds down. Bob Cashill sifts recent releases.
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, start a Facebook campaign, or Twitter….
Note to self: Sentiment outranks everything else when picking a Best Foreign Language Film winner in the Oscar pool. I’m not-so-secretly pleased that the stone-cold, auteurist-approved White Ribbon didn’t blue-ribbon…
Roberto Rossellini’s status as a father of neorealism is eclipsed by his notoriety as the father of Isabella Rossellini. His adulterous affair with Ingrid Bergman in the 50s touched off…
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 Chicago’s Fine Arts Theater,…
The Criterion Collection has an agreement with IFC Films to put some of its more noteworthy acquisitions on DVD, and so we have Matteo Garrone’s outstanding Gomorrah. I reviewed the…
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 the Sundance Kid. But he had…
Jeff Johnson has returned for another spectacular edition of Revival House, and this time, he’s pointing you in the direction of some terrific bonus material you’ve probably never even accessed.
A 201-minute Belgian film described as a Á¢€Å“domestic 2001Á¢€ could inspire reams of pretentious criticism, but I found Jeanne Dielman, 23 Quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1975) pretty easy to…