Jeremy tackles Ingmar Bergman's Cinema: Centerpiece #1!
There are so many great Blu-ray releases this week that we’re going to switch it up and talk about the top six titles in stores TODAY – June 4th – and we’ll talk about the rest of the month next week!
The seasons may be changing but its Blu-ray season 24/7/365 here at That Shelf – and we’ve got the Top 6 Can’t Miss Blu-Ray’s that need to be on your shelf in the month of May!
So many choices yet so little ‘shelf’ space to dedicate to those new Blu-rays. Here are our Top 6 Can’t Miss Blu-Ray Choices to add to your shelf in the month of April.
Rare! Out of print! What are the crown jewels of your movie collection? Tell us what's on your shelf!
Criterion takes a trip to the dark side with Russ Meyer's pervy classic Beyond the Valley of the Dolls.
The Criterion Collection rescues this Orson Welles curiosity from obscurity with their release of The Immortal Story, a film made late in the career of the auteur for French television.
After many years relegated to just being a Basic Blu, Criterion has re-released Robert Altman's 1992 Hollywood skewering comedy The Player with a bevy of new extras joining some great archival ones.
If you already love John Frankeheimer's The Manchurian Candidate (1962) and own it on Blu-ray or DVD, Criterion just gave you a bunch of good reasons to double dip.
The Graduate is on Criterion for the first time since the days of laserdisc. The new Blu-ray ports over some old extras while adding some stellar new ones, you're going to want to make room on your shelf for this one.
D.A. Pennebaker's iconic Bob Dylan documentary Don't Look Back finally gets the Criterion treatment it so richly deserves.
Criterion gives the 1969 cult classic The Honeymoon Killers an HD upgrade, complete with all the bells and whistles we've come to love the collection for.
We sat down with Me and Earl and the Dying Girl's director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon to talk about adapting this novel to the screen, the delicate balance the film strikes between tragedy and comedy, and how to avoid cliches while telling a high school coming-of-age story.
The Criterion Collection's Blu-ray rerelease of Preston Sturges' classic comedy Sullivan's Travels is a must-have for any cinephile. Few comedies age so well while also maintaining a certain gravitas.
Sword of Doom (Kihachi Okamoto, 1966) – It says a great deal about the stark brutality of director Kihachi Okamoto’s Sword of Doom that even all these years and so many vicious samurai epics later, the film retains its ability to shock, disturb, and enthrall. Made during 60s heyday of samurai flicks launched into new […]