The Criterion Collection

FilmStruck, TCM and Criterion’s New Streaming Service, Is Live
After a couple of minor hiccups and delays, FilmStruck, the new streaming service from Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection is live at FilmStruck.com. You can sign up for a free 14-day trial right now; after that it’ll cost you either $6.99 per month for the basic plan, $10.99 p…
Criterion Has Announced Its January 2017 Lineup
It’s that time of year again: Halloween month is the harbinger of the gift-giving season, retail stores throwing up the snowflake decorations before Thanksgiving is even a blip on our radars. But, for cinephiles, October is the month when Criterion announces their new releases for the followi…
The Criterion Collection Leaves Hulu on November 11
The good news is that the Criterion Collection is partnering with Turner Classic Movies to create a new, classic-movie-focused streaming service called FilmStruck. That launches on October 19 with hundreds of movies, new original content, tailored recommendations, and supplemental materials. The bad…
Criterion Lets You Guess What Their 2013 Slate Will Look Like
The Criterion Collection is one of the great home video companies, with their numbered collection of some of the finest films and cult favorites presented in restored transfers and with thoughtful extras. Now they’re teasing their upcoming releases in their annual drawing of upcoming titles. …
Criterion Adds ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ to the Collection
Criterion rumored a release of Romany Polanski’s 1968 classic ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ earlier this year, so it’s great to know it’s hitting the collection just before Halloween. Also in the mix, a Blu-ray upgrade for Wong Kar-Wai’s ‘In the Mood for L…