The Criterion Collection Blu-Ray of Michael Curtiz’s 1945 movie Mildred Pierce was released in the UK last month. Fiona Pleasance contemplates Joan Crawford’s signature role
Fiona Pleasance assesses the cinematic oeuvre of Ryan Gosling.
A restored version of Charles Vidor’s 1946 film Gilda is released in the UK by The Criterion Collection today. Fiona Pleasance revisits a classic noir.
Another week, another classic movie from The Criterion Collection. This time, it’s one with a reputation as not only a modernist masterpiece but also a famously tough watch. Fiona Pleasance tackles Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1960 L’Avventura.
The Criterion Collection continues to expand its catalogue in the UK. Fiona Pleasance has been on a journey with Easy Rider, their latest release, which hits the road today.
Fiona Pleasance finds out if the Coen Brother’s latest lives up to your expectations.
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Fiona Pleasance on Billy Wilder’s Stalag 17, out on Bluray today.
The Blu-ray release of Sullivan’s Travels gives Fiona Pleasance a chance to revisit a forgotten classic.
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F.W. Murnau’s classic “Nosferatu” has been playing in a new restoration in the BFI’s Gothic Season, and has now made its way to Blu-ray on Eureka’s Masters of Cinema imprint. Fiona Pleasance takes a look back at the daddy of horror movies.