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Dad often asks how I hear about the films I bring home from the videostore, and my response is that I l simply liked the cover. Here's a list of Criterion covers I find most memorable, the one's that pique my interest, and the ones that best capture the essence of their respective film.
When I think of the Criterion Collection the cover of 'M' is the first image that pops in my head.
I cannot think of a more perfect cover to one of, if not the favorite film of all time. It's one of the rare covers that add to the film's poignancy and beauty.
It's damn near impossible to settle on one image to represent one of the most beautifully shot films of all time.
It's a gallery piece that just happens to be sandwhiched inside a dvd case; and it's $31.96
You call this "cover-art" when it's just text? I don't know why I love it,
Haven't seen this film and probably won't in the near future, because that artwork is damn frightening.
I liked the cover a lot more than the film itself.
Love the title font and that irresistible smile.
This is one of those cases you actually have to see in person to fully appreciate.
I like this cover because it stands out from any Criterion dvd to be released.
Too bad it went out of print before I could snag a copy. The death of this cover is the main reason I dislike Studio Canal and their poor-man's knockoff of a cover.