102 comments

  • By JustinDW
    January 02, 2013
    07:58 PM

    I thought the creature holding the shell was Naked Lunch, now I see it's Devil's Backbone. But I also see Naked Lunch, far more literally! I promised myself I would not buy another version of Eraserhead after I got Lynch's Lime Green Set. Guess I'll be breaking that promise.
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  • By Ian M.
    January 02, 2013
    09:49 PM

    I see no hints of any Errol Morris releases. Anyone else out there want to see Errol Morris represented in the collection? The Thin Blue Line, Gates of Heaven etc etc
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  • By Automatonomatic
    January 03, 2013
    01:33 AM

    The gate with flames...The Ninth Gate?
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  • By mtdeeley
    January 03, 2013
    03:33 AM

    I don't think Scanners would be a good fit for the Criterion Collection. But this may be the first of many more Cronenberg movies in the series. I'd like to see the return of Dead Ringers, and a Blu-Ray of The Fly.
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    • By Daniel-S
      January 05, 2013
      01:49 PM

      The Fly has a very good Blu Ray already, but Dead Ringers would be a welcome return.
    • By Corby D.
      January 06, 2013
      12:53 PM

      Shivers, The Brood, Scanners, The Dead Zone and Crash all need better DVD/Bluray releases than they currently have. I'd love to see any of them get the Criterion treatment.
  • By Milano_otto
    January 03, 2013
    05:14 AM

    The tenant hopefully to complete the apartment trilogy
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    • By Automatonomatic
      January 03, 2013
      02:05 PM

      Indeed, would buy the collection if it were released as such
  • By Milano_otto
    January 03, 2013
    03:24 PM

    The clock on the front of the building says 3:10...anyone thinkin to Yuma?
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  • By halby_durzell
    January 04, 2013
    12:05 AM

    Nobody else sees Atlantic City?
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  • By BreezyWeave
    January 05, 2013
    03:59 PM

    I'm really hoping that the apartment building itself is a clue for 'The Apartment' (1960). That would really make me happy.
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  • By thealkimist
    January 07, 2013
    03:07 AM

    Is this drawing by Josh Cochran?
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  • By matt h.
    January 07, 2013
    08:41 AM

    Samourai sword + birdcage = LE SAMOURAI !!!!!! Also, ERASERHEAD!
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    • By beastWAVE
      January 08, 2013
      03:31 PM

      Yeah, I heard that Le Samourai was getting the Blu Ray upgrade which is to be expected with the Blu Ray upgrade of Le Cercle Rouge and the new Criterion edition of Purple Noon. Eraserhead was confirmed I thought a little while back.
  • By MartyRoots
    January 07, 2013
    08:47 AM

    Mulholland Drive.
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    • By Mike F.
      January 08, 2013
      08:31 AM

      It would just make sense.
    • By beastWAVE
      January 08, 2013
      03:31 PM

      Interesting. That would be an amazing addition, but what makes you feel that its being added? I personally hope we can get Blue Velvet and Wild At Heart in the near future.
  • By Bad-Dad
    January 07, 2013
    02:54 PM

    "Pumping Iron"
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  • By beastWAVE
    January 08, 2013
    03:44 PM

    I would love to see films such as Wim Wenders' The American Friend, Lynch's Blue Velvet and Wild At Heart added. All three films have very poor Blu Ray releases. Francis Ford Coppola's underrated and seemingly forgotten Rumble Fish as well. I think the visual beauty of Ridley Scott's The Duellists, and his misunderstood dark fantasy Legend would make nice additions.
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  • By Criteriophile
    January 12, 2013
    09:13 PM

    There are 42 windows. Could it be 42nd Street?
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  • By Chris Kangas Miller
    January 19, 2013
    10:58 AM

    Punch Drunk Love? PTA was hanging out in the criterion office and said he was working on a blu-ray release...
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    • By Daniel W.
      January 19, 2013
      11:23 PM

      I hope that is true. And a blu-ray release of Hard Eight would be most welcome.
  • By Garage_Alien
    January 21, 2013
    03:03 PM

    George Washington and Ratcatcher blu ray upgrades...please!!
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  • By Jacob_Schmotzer
    January 29, 2013
    04:38 PM

    Leaves and music notes: Autumn Sonata, perhaps?
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  • By Colin Morgan
    January 30, 2013
    04:30 PM

    Since people are talking about PTA, perhaps the 9 stories of the apartment complex pictured could be a reference to the opening scene of Magnolia?
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  • By Arik Manley
    February 15, 2013
    03:12 AM

    I'm so excited to see some Lynch finally on here! And yeah, Criterion should definitely get some anime out there, especially Satoshi Kon's films!
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  • By Jaime_Rebanal
    November 06, 2013
    05:15 PM

    La Dolce Vita (Federico Fellini), Los Olvidados (Luis Buñuel), Tristana (Luis Buñuel), The Celebration (Thomas Vinterberg), Accatone (Pier Paolo Pasolini), and Don't Look Now (Nicholas Roeg) please. Please add these films.
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