Digital Week

  • A Hard Day’s Night (Criterion)

    Digital Week – January 18

    This week’s roundup is highlighted by the newest Beatles release—not the mesmerizing eight-hour documentary “Get Back” (which arrives in February on Blu-ray) but the Criterion...

  • Miklós Jancsó X 6 (Metrograph)

    Digital Week – January 11

    This week’s roundup is highlighted by a half-dozen classic films by the Hungarian master director Miklós Jancsó, at the Metrograph in Brooklyn and streaming, and...

  • The Many Saints of Newark

    Digital Week – January 4

    The new year’s first Digital Week roundup includes worthwhile Blu-ray releases like the new “Sopranos” prequel, “The Many Saints of Newark,” and the 1971 horror...

  • Digital Week December 21

    Digital Week – December 21

    The final—and abbreviated—Digital Week roundup of 2021 comprises a couple of interesting new documentaries in theaters and/or streaming as well as vintage Blu-ray releases from...

  • The Red Shoes (Criterion)

    Digital Week – December 14

    My latest Digital Week roundup is highlighted by Criterion’s 4K upgrade of one of the most gorgeous-looking color films ever made, Powell and Pressburger’s “The...

  • Digital Week - December 7

    Digital Week – December 7

    My latest Digital Week roundup is highlighted by several new releases both in theaters and streaming, from the sublime (Japanese director Ryûsuke Hamaguchi’s “Drive My...

  • Citizen Kane

    Digital Week – November 30

    This week’s roundup is highlighted by the return of the greatest American film ever made, Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane,” celebrating its 80th anniversary this year:...

  • Ran (Lionsgate)

    Digital Week – November 23

    This week’s roundup features several visually mesmerizing upgrades to 4K—Akira Kurosawa’s war epic “Ran,” George Miller’s quartet of “Mad Max” films and Francis Coppola’s “The...

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  • Digital Week - November 9

    Digital Week – November 9

    This week’s roundup is highlighted by several worthwhile Blu-ray debuts: 1973’s “The Last of Sheila,” a dizzyingly plotted murder mystery by novice screenwriters Stephen Sondheim...

  • Suicide Squad

    Digital Week – November 2nd

    This week’s roundup features the latest superhero mash-up in 4K (“The Suicide Squad”), a fascinating Nazi-era doc in theaters (“Speer Goes to Hollywood”), several vintage...

  • Frankenstein’s Daughter

    Digital Week – October 27

    This week’s roundup features several new releases on Blu-ray, including guilty pleasures like “Deadly Friend,” vintage Warner Archive titles like “Night Shift” with Michael Keaton...

  • Digital Week – October 12

    This week’s roundup features a truly colossal release: “The Ultimate Richard Pryor Collection,” which collects the great comedian’s concert films and many TV appearances on...

  • Algren (First Run Features)

    Digital Week – October 5

    This week’s roundup is highlighted by two affectionate new documentaries, in theaters and streaming: “Cleanin’ Up the Town,” about the making of “Ghostbusters,” and “Algren,”...

  • A Clockwork Orange

    Digital Week – September 21

    This week’s stacked roundup is highlighted by the 4K debut of Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece “A Clockwork Orange,” along with the Blu-ray debut of Sidney Lumet’s...

  • Digital Week – September 14

    This week’s roundup features Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s absorbing wartime drama, “Wife of a Spy,” in theaters; also in theaters (and/or streaming) this week are...