For the third time, HBO cameras go inside Trenton State Maximum Security Prison--and inside the mind of one of the most prolific killers in U.S. history--in this gripping documentary. Mafia... See full summary »

Do You Like My Basement? tracks how one man's creative frustration bore a need to make the perfect horror film. Stanley Farmer was rejected universally by the film world. His frustration ... See full summary »

In the remote woods of Upstate New York, David and Clare Poe are attempting to live an idyllic life. However, their twin children's bizarre behavior might just tear the family apart.

A young man in Romania goes to shocking extremes to convince Hollywood actress Anne Hathaway to star in his film.

In this action comedy, Jack Goldwater, an IRS agent on loan to the Federal Air Marshal Service, is relieved of field duty after insulting a powerful U.S. Senator, and finds himself exiled ... See full summary »

It tells the story of a young man making a documentary of his life, who discovers something important about himself while making the movie.

Two troubled adolescents chronicle the events that ultimately lead up to a terrifying assault on their school.

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In this interesting drama, three sequences which could have formed separate stories are linked together, like cars on a train, to give a larger perspective on the nature of reality and film... See full summary »

“Rolling Stone is ranking horror movies??? What a sad world.....”

It may be considered a docufiction: paradoxically, despite the film is in fact a false autobiography and documentary, «a fairy tale», it represents the filmmaker's life and experience and also the world in which the action takes place with documentary realist techniques. The mirror metaphor is explicit in the film as code for reality.

David Holzman's Diary is a 1967 American film, directed by Jim McBride, which interrogates the art of documentary-making.

“It would be great to see In the Heat of the Night and Jackie Brown added to the Criterion Collection. Also some more films featuring black actors that are actually directed by African Americans . . .”

When Ted's beloved cat dies, the trauma triggers a mental breakdown. His broken brain prompts him to bring his feline friend back - all he needs is nine human lives.

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It stars L.M. Kit Carson, Eileen Dietz, Lorenzo Mans and Louise Levine. This was McBride's directorial debut. He has since gone on to direct more mainstream work like Great Balls of Fire!, The Big Easy, and episodes of television shows such as Six Feet Under and The Wonder Years.

A probe into the urban myth of the snuff film; one of the most controversial, elusive and vile kind of raw footage ever recorded on video.

“As much as I love the cacophonous effect of actors speaking simultaneously, I made a point of viewing Criterion's edition of this film with English subtitles on (despite being a native English speaker . . .”

A prank goes too far for the popular students at Hamilton High as they begin to pay for their actions 10 years later at their high school reunion.

A single shot of the Empire State Building from early evening until nearly 3 am the next day.

This fake documentary which appears quite real on the surface is about a young man making a movie about his everyday life and discovering something important about himself and his reality. This film is not a real documentary or is it? Written by Michael "Durrutti" Valenzuela <>

The timely story of a normal family disintegrating under financial pressure, eventually driven to the unimaginable. We witness the terrifying events unfold through daughter Judith's video camera, which subsequently becomes Exhibit A.

David Holzman's Diary opened in New York City in December 1973.[2] In 1991, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".[3] A Blu-ray release from Lorber Films was scheduled on August 16, 2011.[4]