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The Criterion Collection Shares July 2014 Movie Releases

The Criterion Collection

The Criterion Collection has released its July  releases for their films in 2014. Check it out below.


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    David Cronenberg
    1981 • 103 minutes • 1.78:1
    Spine: #712  Editions: Dual Format Blu-ray/DVD, DVD

    A trademark Cronenberg combination of the visceral and the cerebral, this phenomenally gruesome and provocative film about the expanses and limits of the human brain was the Canadian director’s breakout hit in the United States.

    15 Jul 2014 Learn more »


  • Pickpocket (Criterion Blu-Ray/DVD Combo)


    Robert Bresson
    1959 • 75 minutes • 1.33:1 • France
    Spine: #314  Editions: Dual Format Blu-ray/DVD, DVD, Hulu Plus

    A cornerstone in the career of this most economical and profoundly spiritual of filmmakers, Pickpocket is an elegantly crafted, tautly choreographed study of humanity in all its mischief and grace, the work of a director at the height of his powers.

    15 Jul 2014 Learn more »


  • The Essential Jacques Demy

    Jacques Demy
    Spine: #713  Edition: Dual Format Blu-ray/DVD

    French director Jacques Demy didn’t just make movies—he created an entire cinematic world. Demy launched his glorious feature filmmaking career in the sixties, a decade of astonishing invention in his national cinema.

    22 Jul 2014 Learn more »


  • Insomnia

    Erik Skjoldbjærg
    1997 • 97 minutes • 1.85:1 • Norway
    Spine: #47  Editions: Dual Format Blu-ray/DVD, DVD

    Erik Skjoldbjærg’s chilling procedural anticipated the international hunger for Scandinavian noirs and serial killer fictions, and features one of Skarsgård’s greatest performances.

    22 Jul 2014 Learn more »


  • The Big Chill (Criterion Blu-Ray/DVD Combo)

    The Big Chill

    Lawrence Kasdan
    1983 • 105 minutes • 1.85:1 • United States
    Spine: #720  Edition: Dual Format Blu-ray/DVD

    After the shocking suicide of their friend, a group of thirtysomethings reunite for his funeral and end up spending a weekend together, reminiscing about their shared pasts as children of the sixties and confronting the uncertainty of their lives as adults of the eighties.

    29 Jul 2014 Learn more »


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