The sublime comedy Being There has finally made its way to The Criterion Collection, further cementing its status as a true classic. The film received multiple awards and other acclaim, including a Best Actor nomination for star Peter Sellers and a Best Supporting Actor win for Melvyn Douglas. This praise was well-earned, as the Hal […]
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In March, Criterion will be celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Blow-Up, Michelangelo Antonioni’s existential portrait of swinging-sixties London, with a special edition packed with supplements. It’ll be joined by John Waters’ outrageous take on American counterculture Multiple Maniacs, a filth-spattered spectacle never before available on home video. We’re also proud to present the first-ever U.S. release of Felipe Cazals’s Canoa: […]
The StudioCanal Collection via Lionsgate presents Alexander Mackendrick’s The Ladykillers in a deluxe Blu-ray ray edition with all the trimmings. Describing The Ladykillers is somewhat of a curious task. Up until now, I only ever knew about the film, because of the high profile remake several years ago that bombed severely. Then the original film […]
Our good friends from Lionsgate gave us a couple Blu-rays to give away this week to 2 lucky Why So Blu readers. The Studio Canal Collection brings together the very best of cinema, with a series of acclaimed and influential films on Blu-ray with superior picture and sound quality and unique special features. Cinema masterpieces […]