Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by OhTheWater, Apr 15, 2016.
Need a new thread for this.
Ace in the Hole
A Man Escaped
A Safe Place
A Women Under the Influence
Band of Outsiders
Days of Heaven
Dazed and Confused
Don't Look Now
Down By Law
Drive, He Said
Five Easy Pieces
Inside Llewyn Davis
King of the Hill
La Dolce Vita
My Own Private Idaho
On the Waterfront
The 400 Blows
The American Friend
The Friends of Eddie Coyle
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie
The King of Marvin Gardens
The Last Picture Show
The Night of the Hunter
The Royal Tenenbaums
The Thin Blue Line
The Thin Red Line
Two Lane Blacktop
Vivre Sa Vie
I only own House and Seven Samurai.Making my way through a bunch of the stuff on Hulu though
I have Salo or the120 Days of Sodom, The Seventh Seal, The Royal Tenenbaums, and a couple others from the Criterion collection.
Just got Don't Look Back, Mulholland Drive, and Repo Man as gifts. Not a bad haul
is this a list of ones you've seen? own? want to own?
What I own on BD/DVD. I haven't watched all of them yet
This is m current list My Criterion Collection
I've slowed down the last year and a bit with the dismal exchange rate and them rarely being available at a decent price on Canada. I've got my eye on a lot of upcoming titles though. Only Angels Have Wings will likely be my next pick up.
July is looking great
The New World and Muriel/Night and Fog are so incredibly exciting. So glad to have more Resnais on Blu. If only someone would venture more into his mid period works. I got Touch of Zen this year through Masters of Cinema and it's one of my great surprises this year. Fantastic film.
I'm waiting on a Mac and Me BD. Any chance that could be an August release??
very excited about The New World and Carnival of Souls
I really wish that rumored Before Sunrise/Sunset/Midnight release came to fruition.
Definitely buying Carnival Of Souls. One of my all-time favorite films.
I have in blurays:
The Darjeeling Limited
The Great Dictator
The Red Shoes
streaming service launching this fall in conjunction with Turner Classic
TCM and Criterion to Offer Streaming Service, FilmStruck
Does that mean theyre off Hulu?
From what I've read, this is more strictly focused on classic films, so I wouldn't expect their deal with Hulu to end. They've been licensing out to Fandor for a while now and that doesn't seem to have had an impact on Hulu. More than anything this is just going to bring a lot more classic films online that are outside of Criterion's collection.
That makes me think they'll come off Hulu
Yeah it seems more likely that the deals with Mubi, Fandor, and Hulu are coming to an end.
That would be a shame, since this is US only and Mubi and Fandor are accessible outside of the country.
in the note on criterion.com it says the Hulu deal will last until November
Yeah, not investing in that. Love the CC but I'm not shelling out more money for yet another streaming service.
Apparently Fritz Lang's Destiny got restored recently and Kino is bringing it to theatres. Only dates for NYC, Seattle, Austin, Cleveland and Minneapolis so far. Hoping it might make its way into my cinemas summer slate. One of the Lang's I haven't seen yet and have been long interested. Still haven't seen any of his work on the big screen yet.