Latest Episodes

Criterion Reflections – Episode 136 – Brian De Palma’s Sisters
June 27, 2023

David dissects Brian De Palma's breakout thriller with Richard Doyle and first-time guest Robert Baum.

Inside the Box – Episode 17 – The Qatsi Trilogy
June 21, 2023

In this episode of Inside the Box, Trevor and David discuss Godfrey Reggio's The Qatsi Trilogy, featuring the films Koyaanisqatsi (1983), Powaqqatsi (1988), and Naqoyqatsi (2002).

Prismatic Ground 2023 [Film Festival Preview]
May 03, 2023

This year's festival runs May 3-7, and here are a few highlights.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 135 – Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day
April 25, 2023

David and his ensemble gather 'round the table to enjoy and engage with Fassbinder's winsome series about family life and the German working class.

Joshua Reviews Laura Citarella’s Trenque Lauquen [Theatrical Review]
April 21, 2023

The new film from Laura Citarella stars a brilliant performance from Laura Paredes.

Joshua Reviews Daniel Goldhaber’s How To Blow Up A Pipeline [Theatrical Review]
April 07, 2023

This new heist thriller is a brilliant, incendiary new drama from Cam director Daniel Goldhaber.

Making Waves: New Romanian Cinema [Film Festival Preview]
March 30, 2023

This year's festival runs March 30-April 2 across theaters throughout New York including Metrograph, Roxy Cinema and DCTV's Firehouse Cinema.

Criterion Channel Surfing, Episode 56: Ishirō Honda’s Kaiju Cinema – Part One
March 29, 2023

Critic and YouTube creator Celeste de la Cabra joins Josh for a journey into the Criterion Channel’s permanent, streaming-only library, and a conversation about three films from Japanese filmmaker and the master of kaiju cinema, Ishirō Honda.

New Directors/New Films 2023 [Film Festival Preview]
March 28, 2023

This year's festival runs March 29-April 9.

Criterion Reflections – Episode 134 – Bernardo Bertolucci’s Last Tango in Paris
March 25, 2023

David and guests share their thoughts on this sensational, scandalous landmark film from 1972 that still stirs up strong reactions today.