Three decades after its pilot premiered, the strange landscape of 'Twin Peaks' beckons our return.
The minimalist visuals and Ryuichi Sakamoto’s otherworldly score make this adaptation of a Haruki Murakami short story create music even in the echoing emptiness.
Wes Craven's debut exploitation horror shocked audiences with the intensity of brutality befalling a typical American family, and it continues to remind us how violence and terror are never far from home.
In isolation, home might feel like the last safe place there is — yet home invasion stories still have a strange appeal.
D.A. Pennebaker’s matchless 1970 documentary films the exhausting recording of a Broadway cast album, and captures the resilience of theater’s artistic spirit in the process.
‘Desert Hearts’ sets a burgeoning lesbian relationship amidst tropes of the western genre, using natural landscapes and transitory spaces as a backdrop for a romance unwelcomed by the 1950s setting.
‘Jaws’ celebrates its 45th anniversary in June 2020, yet its underlying class conflicts and economic insecurities remain as terrifying as ever.
In all their prickliness, pettiness, and imperfection, Nicole Holofcener’s films put complicated women at their center.
Andrew Patterson’s micro-budget debut featuring aliens in 1950s New Mexico injects the genre with enrapturing conversations and technical wonder.
Have a good hair day despite the quarantine with “Hair Pieces,” a Criterion Channel Short + Feature pairing of two films about hair salons and hairy situations.
In a perfectly quirky documentary interweaving family and LGBTQ+ history, Rachel Mason captures what her parents do for a living: run a hardcore gay porn bookstore.