Craig J. Clark

I'm a guy who watches a lot of movies, and Criterion has helped tremendously in my quest to be a well-rounded, knowledgeable film lover. In addition to the Criterion titles in my personal Collection (which I'm always looking to expand upon), I've seen dozens more over the years. As virtual film classes go, it's hard to beat.

  • Favorite director: Terry Gilliam
  • Favorite Criterion edition: Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters
  • Most wanted in the collection: Fantomas (1932), Magnet of Doom, The Sleeping Car Murder, The Devils, Nuits Rouges, Shivers, Spetters, Choose Me, Home of the Brave (1986), Hope and Glory, Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills, City of Hope, Kafka, Crash (1996)

Craig J. Clark’s Updates

Craig J. Clark’s Wish List (15)


Latest Addition:

sex, lies, and videotape by Steven Soderbergh

  • Maurice (Merchant Ivory DVD)


  • The Ballad of the Sad Cafe (Merchant Ivory DVD)


  • Night of the Living Dead (Criterion Blu-Ray)


  • The Most Dangerous Game (Criterion DVD)
  • Rififi (Criterion DVD)
  • Tokyo Story (Criterion DVD)
  • La commare secca (Criterion DVD)
  • Things to Come (Criterion Blu-Ray)




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