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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.
On the latest episode of Black Hole Films, Jeremy tackle’s Ingmar Bergman's Cinema: Opening Night – the first in an ongoing series.
Brian De Palma's Sisters is finally on Criterion Blu-ray – read Phil Brown's full rundown of this easy to overlook gem.
Isle of Dogs continues Wes Anderson's harmonious marriage of formalism and silliness.
Criterion brings Hal Ashby's wonderfully funny and complex Being There to Blu-ray.
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.
Even with some fun deleted scenes and featurettes on the new Everybody Wants Some!! blu-ray, there's still room for Criterion to come along and make a companion disc to Linklater's Dazed and Confused.
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.
Filmmakers Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow sit down with legendary director Brian De Palma for a career spanning chat, De Palma will be loved by those who already love him, but that's about it.
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.
With this new treatment of 2013's Inside Llewyn Davis, The Coens finally have a film in the Criterion Collection, was it worth the wait?